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Frank Lloyd Wright
Preservation, Design, and Adding to Iconic Buildings
Edited by Richard Longstreth
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The buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright are not immune to the social and environmental forces that affect all architecture. Because of the popular recognition and historical significance of his work, however, the stakes are unusually high when his buildings are modified in any way. Any additions or changes must meet the highest standards; how exactly this can be achieved is the debate that fuels this compelling new book.

The essays collected here are authored by many of the top professionals in the fields of architecture and preservation. Some of the contributors worked directly on the buildings discussed and provide invaluable firsthand accounts of these projects. This is the most thorough discussion of modifying Wright’s works published to date and a fascinating commentary on preserving our architectural legacy.

Contributors:

Richard Longstreth on additions to historic buildings · de Teel Patterson Tiller on design in historic districts · Sidney K. Robinson on Taliesin · Anne Biebel and Mary Keiran Murphy on the Hillside School · Mark Hertzberg on the S. C. Johnson Administration Building · Dale Allen Gyure on Florida Southern College · Neil Levine on the Guggenheim Museum · Scott W. Perkins on the Price Tower · Tom Kubala on the First Unitarian Meeting House · Eric Jackson-Forsberg on the Darwin Martin House · Lynda S. Waggoner on Fallingwater · Patrick J. Mahoney on Graycliff · Thomas Templeton Taylor on the Westcott House

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