Published by Taschen, F. L. Wright provides a compact insight into the career of the great American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867–1959). His masterful work ranges from bold skyscrapers to humane, organic architecture, such as the Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania. Written by Wright’s apprentice Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, the book is part of Taschen's Basic Architecture series that presents life and work of internationally renowned architects with approximately 120 photographs, sketches and drafts. The series has been edited by German art historian Peter Gössel.
From prairie houses to skyscrapers and the Guggenheim Museum, explore the life and work of one of the greatest pioneers in the history of architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright. Sketches, plans, and photographs chronicle all of Wright’s major works, celebrating his organic architecture philosophy, innovative use of industrial materials, and vision for a new way of American living.