Frank Lloyd Wright has been an integral part of American architecture for a century, designing over 1,000 structures while pioneering his signature organic architecture. In 1939, the architect shared his wealth of knowledge with a series of lectures at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London. HIs four lessons that touched on Usonian houses, Taliesin, Fallingwater, and his visions toward the future were published by Lund Humphries under the titled An Organic Architecture later that year. Reissued in 2017 to coincide with the 50th-anniversary exhibition at MOMA, this hardcover edition features the timeless talks that have remained relevant 80 years later as well as a new essay by architectural historian Professor Andrew Saint.
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