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|Искусство Автор Solomon G. Издательство Rizzoli (RCS MediaGroup)|
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|Understanding Frank Lloyd Wright's Architecture|
What inspired the innovative architectural designs of Frank Lloyd Wright?
|On and by Frank Lloyd Wright: A Primer of Architectural Principles|
|Frank Lloyd Wright. The Houses|
In particular, his residential work has been the subject of continuing interest and controversy. Wright' s Fallingwater (1935), the seminal masterpiece perched over a waterfall deep in the Pennsylvania highlands, is perhaps the best-known private house in the history of the world. In fact, Wright' s houses - from his Prairie style Robie House (1906) in Chicago, to the Storer (1923) and Freeman (1923) houses in Los Angeles, and Taliesen West (1937) in the Arizona desert - are all touchstones of modern architecture.
|Frank Lloyd Wright Mid-Century Modern|
|Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie Houses|
Following Wright' s philosophy, Prairie design was emphatically democratic and non-hierarchical. Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie Houses comprehensively demonstrates this philosophy. Focusing on interiors and details, the book features more than 70 Prairie style houses and other buildings, still extant, in lavish, full-color photography. With the advent of Prairie style architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright embarked on a journey that would forever change the course of architecture. The plans for Prairie style architecture were based on a tartan plaid of main spaces and secondary spaces, of public rooms and circulation spaces. He cast aside many of the conventions of the past, opening up interior spaces so that there might be a more subtle flow of rooms. Their decentralized asymmetry did not follow the Beaux Arts insistence on a primary, often dominating, focal point — a vestige of its roots as a symbolic architecture for divine-right royalty. During this extraordinarily prolific period, roughly the first quarter of the twentieth century, Wright built the first great modern American houses.
|Frank Lloyd Wright' s Price Tower Prairie Skyscraper:|
Built as a multi-use skyscraper in 1956, the building is now a luxury hotel and arts center, featuring collections of the works of Bruce Goff and Frank Lloyd Wright, and soon a new museum facility designed by Zaha Hadid.
|Frank Lloyd Wright: American Master|
Featuring more than a hundred discrete works, from the well known to the obscure, expertly discussed in the text of highly respected Wright scholar Kathryn Smith, Frank Lloyd Wright weaves a gorgeous tapestry that will engage the mind and delight the eye.
|Frank Lloyd Wright|
From Fallingwater to New York' s Guggenheim Museum, his works are among the most famous in the history of architecture. At a time when reinforced concrete and steel were considered industrial building materials, Wright boldly made use of them to build private homes. Wright`s designs for office and public buildings were equally groundbreaking and unique. Widely thought to be the greatest American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright was a true pioneer, both artistically and technically. His prairie house concept-that of a low, sprawling home based upon a simple L or T figure-was the driving force behind some of his most famous houses and became a model for rural architecture across America.
|Frank Lloyd Wright the Buildings|
The Buildings, extensive, all-new photography shows the buildings to an extent rarely seen (including such little-known gems as Beth Sholom Synagogue, Kalita Humphreys Theater, R. W. Lindholm Service Station, and many others) while rich text by author Alan Hess coupled with insightful essays by Wright scholars David G. De Long and Kathryn Smith uncover the great innovative richness of the master architect' s non-residential work, ultimately inviting a reevaluation of the architectural legacy of this almost mythical figure. In Frank Lloyd Wright: Frank Lloyd Wright: The Buildings, a companion volume to Rizzoli' s Frank Lloyd Wright:
|Frank Lloyd Wright|
They include the majestic Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, four exquisite textured concrete block houses in Los Angeles, renovations and additions to his beloved home, Taliesin, in Wisconsin, the Octillo Desert Camp in Chandler, Arizona, and his work as design consultant for the lavish Arizona Biltmore Hotel and Cottages in the desert in Phoenix.
|Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio|
The Wrights raised six children in the home.
|50 Favourite Rooms by Frank Lloyd Wright|
Stunning photographs highlight furniture, fireplaces and lighting, carpets and fabrics, stained glass and china.
|Frank Lloyd Wright Designs: The Sketches, Plans, and Drawings|
It includes the best-known and beloved projects-like Fallingwater, The Coonley House, Midway Gardens, the Guggenheim, the Imperial Hotel-as well as a range of intriguing, unfamiliar, and previously unpublished drawings by Wright.
|Stained Glass Window Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright|
Robie House, Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, Coonley Playhouse, Dana House, Lake Geneva Inn, many others.
|Frank Lloyd Wright and Georgia O'Keeffe|
Arguably America' s best-known architect, Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is famed for his sleek, rational designs of houses and buildings nestled in natural surroundings. Across the United States, Wright' s works embody the precept of Organic Architecture, that a project must be constructed in response to the site' s landscape, with respect for the client' s needs, and with awareness of local materials.
|Frank Lloyd Wright|
All his work is underpinned by a belief system: that buildings should be at one with their environment, that their form should grow from the needs of the client, and that site, floor plan, structural materials, and the use of the building should be in harmony.
|Frank Lloyd Wright Natural Design: Lessons for Building Green from an American Original|
It shows how Wright evolved certain ideas that continue to spur discussions of green architecture design today.
|50 favourite houses by Frank Lloyd Wright|
|Frank Lloyd Wright Natural Design|
The book is organized by the green concepts Wright used - including passive solar design and the use of thermal massing, passive berm insulation, environmentally sensitive landscaping, passive ventilation systems, passive natural light, and intelligent and artful adaptation of technology - with examples from different houses.
|Frank Lloyd Wright Architect|
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