A richly illustrated collection of the designer’s early architecture includes photographs and plans of his first residential and commercial designs, and includes essays on his work by architects of the period. As originally published in seven special issues of the Dutch art magazine ‘Wendingen,’ 1925. Features essays by Frank Lloyd Wright, H. Th. Wijdeveld, Lewis Mumford, H. P. Berlage, J. J. P. Oud, R. Mallet-Stevens, Erich Mendelsohn, and Louis H. Sullivan.” Approximately 200 black & white photographic illustrations, diagrams, floor plans, and drawings. 164 pages. “Includes such revolutionary and well-known buildings as Unity Temple, the Larkin office building, the Robie House, the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, and Wright’s own studio, Taliesin. Four of the essays are written by Wright, while the rest are by such renowned architects as Louis Sullivan and J.J.P. Oud. A FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT AFFICIONADO/COLLECTOR MUST!
Bond in cloth. Condition: Fine. Book mint, clean internally and externally FREE from any inscriptions, clean and bright copy. Dust Jacket Condition: 1cm closed tear on top of dust wrapper spine as well as bottom 1cm, but in a protective sleeve so not noticeable at all. A very acceptable dust wrapper indeed. See our photograph for quality control.