Frank Lloyd Wright in the South: a Photographic Essay
The goal of this photographic essay was to capture some of Wright’s details and discover how he incorporated similar details throughout many of his buildings. Wright had a gift for the fine points and every building he designed brings to light his detail-oriented touch. Water features, light fixtures, planters, and built-in furniture were all uniquely created for each building, but all reveal the hand of Wright.
A photographic essay.
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959., Architecture and photography., Architectural design., Structural design., Simplicity in architecture., Light in architecture.