Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater: The House and Its History (Dover Books on Architecture)
A total revision of the standard document on Fallingwater, the boldest, most personal architectural statement of Wright's mature years. Updated with valuable new material from the recently opened Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, the book gives special emphasis to Fallingwater's architectural innovations."Fascinating." — The New York Times. 116 illustrations....more
Paperback, Second Revised Edition, 128 pages
Published July 2nd 1993 by Dover Publications
(first published December 31st 1978)
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Just finished. Karen and I took the kids here several years ago and I'm so impressed with this house as a work of art. The book has a lot of letters between Wright, the owner (Edgar Kaufman of Kaufman's department stores) and others that tells the background, but mostly, I like the photos.