Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House, Architecture as Portraiture

Dive into this detailed account of the Martin House commission - a must read for the Martin House enthusiast.

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Wright scholar Jack Quinan deciphers the Wright-Martin correspondence and interprets the architectural remains of the Martin House, which has undergone a $50 million restoration investment. Quinan's investigation reveals the great architect's working methods, and gives substance to Wright's claim that his buildings were "portraits" of his clients.

Hard cover, 248 pages.

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