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Lipman, Jonathan: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Building


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    Jonathan Lipman


    Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Building


    New York, Rizzoli International Publication, 1986. 192 pages. Softcover edition. In good condition.


    Text in English. Generously illustrated with mostly black-and-white photographs and architectural drawings.


    This scholarly book by Jonathan Lipman delves into the history and design philosophy of the Johnson Wax Buildings, iconic works of the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Published by Rizzoli International Publications in 1986, the volume details the innovative design features, such as the famous “mushroom” columns, and Wright’s integration of natural light and workspace functionality.


    The book stems from an exhibition and a deep research endeavor, as evidenced by Lipman’s acknowledgment of access to archives and collaboration with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. It represents a significant study on one of Wright’s industrial masterpieces, combining architectural analysis, historical context, and Wright’s own writings and drawings.

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    25 x 21 cm