A New Take on Wright's Work: New Siry Book

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Mark Hertzberg
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A New Take on Wright's Work: New Siry Book

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I have a new post on my www.wrightinracine.com website. Entitled "A New Take on Wright's Work," it reviews the Wright aspects of Joseph Siry's new book "Air Conditioning in Modern American Architecture, 1890-1970. Most Wright-centric books touch on his design aesthetic, his life, or concentrate on the buildings. This brings mechanical engineering in four of his landmark buildings to the discussion of his work. The buildings are the Larkin Building, the two at SC Johnson, and the unrealized Rogers Lacy Hotel.
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Re: A New Take on Wright's Work: New Siry Book

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Considering Siry's previous books on FLW, as well as Adler & Sullivan, he is one to be taken seriously.

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