Frank Lloyd Wright Glass

Author: Doreen Ehrlich,Frank Lloyd Wright

Publisher: Running Press

ISBN: 9780762408818

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 175

View: 7814

Providing a chronological, pictorial survey of the use of glass in each documented building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, this comprehensive book traces the architect's innovate use of art glass in windows, lighting, interior decor, furnishings, and his famed Luxifer prisms. 175 full-color and b&w photos.

Frank Lloyd Wright Glass Art

Author: Thomas A. Heinz

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 9781854902955

Category: Architecture

Page: 264

View: 643

This lavishly illustrated book devotes itself to Wright's formidable contribution to the medium and features a number of powerful two-dimensional graphic designs and a number of three-dimensional units. Stained glass in the USA as well as the technical aspects of glass making are discussed. The majority of his work in glass was concentrated into the first decade of the 20th century when Wright abandoned old-fashioned stained glass windows and began experimenting with light screens of concrete developing into wood fretwork and glass block and tubing.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Life and Homes

Author: Carla Lind

Publisher: Pomegranate

ISBN: 9781566409964

Category: Architecture

Page: 57

View: 8770

A summary of Wright's life and career as well as dramatic color photographs of his three homes capture the essence of this innovative man who forever changed the way we look at the spaces around us.

Prairie Designs for Stained Glass Windows

48 Original Designs

Author: Alex Spatz

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780964159709

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 37

View: 1066

"Prairie Designs for Stained Glass Windows" is a book of 56 original designs by Alex Spatz in the Prairie School of design, which was started by Frank Lloyd Wright. It has designs in circles, rectangles and free-form shapes, in varying complexities for hobbyists of different levels.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Stained Glass & Lightscreens

Author: N.A

Publisher: Gibbs Smith Publishers

ISBN: 1586858432

Category: Architecture

Page: 144

View: 3577

In captivating color photography and well-researched commentary, Tom Heinz captures the essence of Frank Lloyd Wright's genius and his fascination with the interplay of light and shadow in an exquisite representation of Frank Lloyd Wright's lighting treatments. Frank Lloyd Wright's Stained Glass & Lightscreens features not only Wright's iridescent stained glass but a sweeping range of his "lightscreens," Wright's term for his designs that capture the essence of both light and shadow. These screens were not intended to obscure the window view but to modify and focus it through framing. Wright's abstraction of patterns and geometry from nature--plants and flowers--resulted in imaginative stained-glass designs. While he is best known for his stained glass set in metal frames, he also created screens in cut wood, concrete, and terra-cotta. Thomas A. Heinz, AIA, has been involved with the restoration of more than forty Frank Lloyd Wright buildings and is the author of twenty books on Wright. He is also coauthor with Randell L. Makinson and principal photographer for Greene and Greene: The Blacker House and Greene and Greene Creating a Style. He lives in Mettawa, Illinois.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Glass Designs

Author: Carla Lind

Publisher: Pomegranate

ISBN: 9780876544686

Category: Architecture

Page: 57

View: 7437

Glass offered Wright an ideal medium through which to accomplish his goal of opening up Americans' living spaces. This book explores many facets of the architect's work with this magical material, including his world-renowned art glass designs.

Famous Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright

Author: Bruce LaFontaine

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486293622

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 47

View: 7290

For coloring book enthusiasts and architecture students — 44 finely detailed renderings of Wright home and studio, Unity Temple, Guggenheim Museum, Robie House, Imperial Hotel, more.

Arts & Crafts Stained Glass

Author: Peter Cormack

Publisher: Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art

ISBN: 9780300209709

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 354

View: 6168

An insightful corrective demonstrating the Arts and Crafts Movement's indelible impact on British and American stained glass

Architecture's Odd Couple

Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson

Author: Hugh Howard

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 1620403765

Category: Architecture

Page: 352

View: 4918

In architectural terms, the twentieth century can be largely summed up with two names: Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson. Wright (1867–1959) began it with his romantic prairie style; Johnson (1906–2005) brought down the curtain with his spare postmodernist experiments. Between them, they built some of the most admired and discussed buildings in American history. Differing radically in their views on architecture, Wright and Johnson shared a restless creativity, enormous charisma, and an outspokenness that made each man irresistible to the media. Often publicly at odds, they were the twentieth century's flint and steel; their repeated encounters consistently set off sparks. Yet as acclaimed historian Hugh Howard shows, their rivalry was also a fruitful artistic conversation, one that yielded new directions for both men. It was not despite but rather because of their contentious--and not always admiring--relationship that they were able so powerfully to influence history. In Architecture's Odd Couple, Howard deftly traces the historical threads connecting the two men and offers readers a distinct perspective on the era they so enlivened with their designs. Featuring many of the structures that defined modern space--from Fallingwater to the Guggenheim, from the Glass House to the Seagram Building--this book presents an arresting portrait of modern architecture's odd couple and how they shaped the American landscape by shaping each other.

The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright

A Complete Guide to the Designs of an Architectural Genius

Author: Thomas A. Heinz

Publisher: Chartwell Books

ISBN: 0785834427

Category: Architecture

Page: 448

View: 2822

A guide to the great architect's work features color photos of all of the buildings he designed, with information on Wright's life and philosophy, biographical information on his clients, and more.

50 Favorite Houses By Frank Lloyd Wright

Author: Diane Maddex

Publisher: Harry N. Abrams

ISBN: 9780810982123

Category: Architecture

Page: 128

View: 7252

Wright believed that the home was the center of family life, of individual freedom, a place of repose. As this book shows, his ideal home took on an amazing variety of forms, but was always built using natural materials and colors, and was always a work of art. Included here are his Prairie houses; revolutionary designs in California built of concrete blocks; the famous Fallingwater; and Taliesin West, his home in the desert.

Frank Lloyd Wright March Balloons

500 Pieces

Author: Galison,Frank Lloyd Wright

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780735348257

Category:

Page: 500

View: 4976

Put together this 500 piece puzzle from Galison to reveal "March Balloons", an eye-catching and iconic design by Frank Lloyd Wright. - Package: 8 x 8 x 2" - Complete puzzle: 20 x 20" - Includes insert with information about the artist and image

The Shape of the World

A Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright

Author: K.L. Going

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1442478284

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 40

View: 5237

A little boy who loves to find shapes in nature grows up to be one of America’s greatest architects in this inspiring biography of Frank Lloyd Wright. When Frank Lloyd Wright was a baby, his mother dreamed that he would become a great architect. She gave him blocks to play with and he learned that shapes are made up of many other shapes. As he grew up, he loved finding shapes in nature. Wright went on to study architecture and create buildings that were one with the natural world around them. He became known as one of the greatest American architects of all time.

Wright on Exhibit

Frank Lloyd Wright's Architectural Exhibitions

Author: Kathryn Smith

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 0691167222

Category: Architecture

Page: 288

View: 9543

The first history of Frank Lloyd Wright's exhibitions of his own work—a practice central to his career More than one hundred exhibitions of Frank Lloyd Wright's work were mounted between 1894 and his death in 1959. Wright organized the majority of these exhibitions himself and viewed them as crucial to his self-presentation as his extensive writings. He used them to promote his designs, appeal to new viewers, and persuade his detractors. Wright on Exhibit presents the first history of this neglected aspect of the architect’s influential career. Drawing extensively from Wright’s unpublished correspondence, Kathryn Smith challenges the preconceived notion of Wright as a self-promoter who displayed his work in search of money, clients, and fame. She shows how he was an artist-architect projecting an avant-garde program, an innovator who expanded the palette of installation design as technology evolved, and a social activist driven to revolutionize society through design. While Wright’s earliest exhibitions were largely for other architects, by the 1930s he was creating public installations intended to inspire debate and change public perceptions about architecture. The nature of his exhibitions expanded with the times beyond models, drawings, and photographs to include more immersive tools such as slides, film, and even a full-scale structure built especially for his 1953 retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum. Placing Wright’s exhibitions side by side with his writings, Smith shows how integral these exhibitions were to his vision and sheds light on the broader discourse concerning architecture and modernism during the first half of the twentieth century. Wright on Exhibit features color renderings, photos, and plans, as well as a checklist of exhibitions and an illustrated catalog of extant and lost models made under Wright’s supervision.

Frank Lloyd Wright

Art Glass of the Martin House Complex

Author: Eric Jackson-Forsberg

Publisher: Pomegranate

ISBN: 9780764951503

Category: Architecture

Page: 96

View: 5524

The most influential, provocative, and enduring writings of the American master are gathered in this anthology.