New York: Horizon Press, 1953. Cloth. Good / Good. Item #016638
Beige cloth in unclipped jacket. 326 pp. Black and white photos throughout. A collection of essays by Frank Lloyd Wright providing his theories and philosophies of architecture, most given as lectures in the late 1930s. Wright discusses cities and skyscrapers, the cardboard house, etc., as well as giving his visions for the future of architecture. GOOD condition. Jacket toned, with some soiling, scuffing and minor staining. Moderate chipping and tearing along the extremities, with a 1 ½ inch tear along the upper hinge. Minor fading, soiling and edgewear to the book. Minor toning in the interior, with a faint musty odor.