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MOman2
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visions of wright

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I came across this website that is a wonderful presentation on the un-built projects of Frank Lloyd Wright
https://visionsofwright.wordpress.com/a ... sofwright/
Is there a book of these visions/projects of Wright?
If not there should be!
Thank You

DavidC
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Macrodex
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Post by Macrodex »

I created the site. The majority of the scans are from the Taschen volumes with some other books I had at the time -- which I hand-scanned -- and other images I acquired online. There are far more images in the Monographs, but I do not own them.

MOman2
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Thank You Thank You DavidC!!

usonia
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Post by usonia »

I just visited this site. It's the equivalent of time-travelling back to Taliesin-past and thumbing through their archives. Brilliant.

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