The Unbuilt Works of Frank Lloyd Wright

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Despite Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous architectural accomplishments, from Fallingwater to New York’s Guggenheim Museum, he believed his most interesting works went unrealized. In 1985 these works were collected in the book, Treasures of Taliesin: Seventy-Seven Unbuilt Designs, by Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. These seventy-seven works are presented in one hundred six color plates, “twenty-nine of the drawings never before published.” Each project accompanied by an insightful page of text, bound in a 13.5 x 10.5 inch hardcover volume.

Unseen in most bookstores for years, New York’s Strands Bookstore are currently selling new copies of the Pomegranate 1999 published second edition at a fifty percent discount. Highly recommended!

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