Twelve of Wright ’s public/religeous architectures, from the early Unity Temple (1905) to his posthumous Marin County Government Center (1957). Although small in number, his works other than houses exhibit a profuse vocabulary of architecture. Each of them is a distinctive presentation of his idea of ‘organic architecture’, in terms of interest in structure/construction method, sense of scale, pursuit of forms, religeous beliefs, and relation with nature. A volume summarizing Wright’s thoughts on design.



Administration Building
for S. C. Johnson & Son Company
Racine, Wisconsin, 1936
Research Laboratory
for S. C. Johnson & Son Company
Racine, Wisconsin, 1944
Florida Southern College
Lakeland, Florida, 1938
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
New York, New York, 1943-59
Tower for H. C. Price Company
Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 1952
Marin County Government Center
San Rafael, California, 1957
Unity Temple
Oak Park, Illinois, 1905
Anne Merner Pfeiffer Chapel,
Florida Southern College
Lakeland, Florida, 1938
William H. Danforth Chapel,
Florida Southern College
Lakeland, Florida, 1953
Unitarian Meeting House
Shorewood Hills, Wisconsin, 1947
Beth Sholom Synagogue
Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, 1954
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, 1956

320 total pages, 88 in color
ISBN4-87140-617-2 C1352
23/July/2003
Hard Cover

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