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Founded by the author and other architects who studied and worked with Wright, Taliesin Architects has remained true to Wright s principles and philosophy of organic architecture principles explicated here and illustrated with 47 representative design projects executed between 1959 and 2000 The pro...

Title : A Living Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesin Architects
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ISBN : 0764913662
Format Type : Hardcover
Language : English
Publisher : Pomegranate 1St Edition edition September 1, 2000
Number of Pages : 296 pages
File Size : 693 KB
Status : Available For Download
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A Living Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesin Architects Reviews

  • Lawrence Kinsley
    2018-11-05 17:59

    John Rattenbury's 'A Living Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright and

  • Ed Schoenfelt
    2018-10-20 16:45

    Wonderful book!

  • John T. Thompson
    2018-10-19 17:04

    Just as advertised...great service

  • Steve Powers
    2018-10-23 17:09

    A living architecture arrived in the condition promised and the delivery was much quicker than expected. This is a beautiful book.

  • Earl R. Sutton
    2018-10-20 17:52

    "Three hundred full-color illustrations and elucidating text showcase the work of the Taliesin Architects, a firm started by the students and coworkers of legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright after his death in 1959. Guided by a desire to create buildings in harmony with nature; to make a positive contribution to the way people live; and to keep Wright's vision alive, this book offers an overview of Taliesin Architects' work of the past forty years and a succinct summary of his design principles.

  • www.lmrlucky13@aol.com
    2018-10-23 19:10

    I had no idea of the quantity and quality of the work that has been and is still being brought forth by the Taliesin Architects! Projects that were not realized in Mr. Wright's time have been brought forth lovingly and true to his vision of "organic" architecture. Not to mention the breathtaking original homes, churches, auditoriums, nursing homes, banks, hotels, mobile homes (YES!) and other moderate cost housing. Not copies of the works of their inspiring teacher, Mr. Wright would not have that! They have found their own way of "organic" architecture that would make Mr. Wright proud!