Taschen released a monograph on Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright is one of those architects whose legacy is impossible to evade if you are even the tiniest bit interested in architecture. Almost 60 years went by since he had passed, and his presence in architecture and design is still as strong as ever. Dubbed 'the greatest American architect of all time', Wright worked on over 1000 structures, getting more than 500 of them to be built.
Being a prolific designer with a singular vision on aesthetics, he often designed the furnishings in buildings designed by him as well. A true renaissance man, his designs are held in high regard all around the world, some being recently reissued by Japanese lighting manufacturer Yamagiwa.
With all these accolades under his belt, it's no wonder that the world's premiere curator of art books, Taschen recently released a monograph chronicling his work. The book was edited by Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, a leading historian on Wright's work, who actually started out as his personal apprentice. Working as archives director of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, Pfeiffer had all the necessary knowledge and resources to pen an exquisite monograph on the legendary architect.
The massive monograph is all yours for €50, and you can get more information on Taschen's website.
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