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Author Legler, Dixie.

Title Frank Lloyd Wright : the Western work / by Dixie Legler ; photographs by Scot Zimmerman ; introduction by Arthur Dyson.

Published San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 1999.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Archit  720.92 LEGL    AVAILABLE
 UniM Bund  720.92 Leg {Bund67 20181130}    AVAILABLE
Physical description p. cm.
Summary "Known primarily for his iconic midwestern buildings, Frank Lloyd Wright found in the western United States a new canvas on which to apply his theories of organic architecture. There he found radically different climates, abundant but unfamiliar building materials - even a different quality of light, which he sought to incorporate into his progressive designs. Surveying twenty-three projects in all the western states outside California, Frank Lloyd Wright: The Western Work shows the profound leaps Wright made in his designs during the second half of his remarkable career."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Zimmerman, Scot.
Organic architecture -- West (U.S.)
ISBN 0811817857