About the BookThis amazing book offers a fascinating look into Wright's creative process. Using items found in nature--leaves, insects, seashells--and looking at Wright's own sketches, abstractions, and finished works, this book offers a template for aspiring artists and architects to emulate his creative process. Illustrations. 8 x 10. Consumable.
Book SynopsisThis unique, lavishly illustrated book offers a fascinating look into Frank Lloyd Wright's creative process--and offers fun, thoughtful activities for aspiring architects! Frank Lloyd Wright looked to nature for inspiration as he designed some of the most original, striking, and widely recognized buildings in the world. This unique book is part biography, part sketchbook, part exploration of his most famous projects--and the thinking behind them. By shedding light on Wright's views about landscapes, geometry, and the way people live, the ideas and illustrations in this book will ignite the imagination of aspiring architects. Dozens of thoughtful prompts and activities throughout the book--from developing geometric patterns to creating structures for different habitats to envisioning a floorplan built around a central fireplace--empower readers to translate architectural concepts into their own work.
About the AuthorThe Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation exists to inspire society through an understanding and experience of Frank Lloyd Wright's ideas, architecture, and design.