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Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms (Wright at a Glance) download ebook

by Carla Lind

Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms (Wright at a Glance) download ebook
ISBN:
0876544707
ISBN13:
978-0876544709
Author:
Carla Lind
Publisher:
Pomegranate; First Edition first Printing edition (September 1, 1995)
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Pages:
57 pages
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1683 kb
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1150 kb
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Architecture
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Rating:
4.7

Start by marking Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms as Want to Read . Furnished with high-backed chairs in a room of their own or tucked into a corner of the living room, Frank Lloyd Wright's dining areas represent some of his most perfectly conceived interior spaces.

Start by marking Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms pictures more than two dozen of his best designs and traces the changes in his own way of thinking about how people should dine.

Furnished with high-backed chairs in a room of their own or tucked into a corner of the living room, Wright's dining areas represent some of his most perfectly conceived interior spaces.

60 pages, 28 color photographs, 9 black & white photographs, 5 1/4 x 5 1/4". Casebound book, with dust jacket. Furnished with high-backed chairs in a room of their own or tucked into a corner of the living room, Wright's dining areas represent some of his most perfectly conceived interior spaces. 60 pages, 28 color photographs, 9 black & white photographs, 5 1/4 x 5 1/4".

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In her 1990s-era Wright at a Glance series she's taken on Wright's glass designs, furnishings, fireplaces, dining .

In her 1990s-era Wright at a Glance series she's taken on Wright's glass designs, furnishings, fireplaces, dining rooms, prairie houses, public buildings, and Frank Lloyd Wright's Lost Buildings - each fewer than 100 pages. Lind has expanded some of these pamphlet-like introductions into more expansive books, like Lost Wright: Frank Lloyd Wright's Vanished Masterpieces published by Pomegranate.

Dining with Frank Lloyd Wright. Published by Thriftbooks. Other useful features in the book are Lind's interesting text, a series of sidebar quotes from Wright and others, and a bibliography

Dining with Frank Lloyd Wright. com User, 18 years ago. "Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms," by Carla Lind, is one of a series of "mini-books," each of which spotlights a particular facet of Wright's amazing career. Other useful features in the book are Lind's interesting text, a series of sidebar quotes from Wright and others, and a bibliography. Lind describes how Wright's dining rooms, over the course of his career, mirrored societal changes. Houses pictured in the book include the Rosenbaum house, Taliesin West, Fallingwater, and others. Each photo demonstrates Wright's mastery of color, space, form, and light.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Glass Designs (Wright at a Glance) by Carla Lind . The book covers many topics: bedroom furniture, dining room chairs, office furniture, lighting fixtures, cut stone decorative panels, an. .

This little 57 page hardcover volume (Frank Lloyd Wright’s Furnishings by Carla Lind) is part of a whole series of book on the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural creations. Being from the Chicago area I was quite familiar some of the great architectural structures of this great architect. The book covers many topics: bedroom furniture, dining room chairs, office furniture, lighting fixtures, cut stone decorative panels, and more. Lind also makes mention of some of the craftspeople who collaborated with Wright on these furnishings.

Carla Lind, author of Lost Wright and the Wright at a Glance series, has worked to preserve Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings for more than two decades.

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I built some Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired furniture for a client, and gave her this and another book on the architect's work. you won't get large detailed photos here. That said, the client appreciated the gesture and the books helped tie FLW's work to mine.

Furnished with high-backed chairs in a room of their own or tucked into a corner of the living room, Frank Lloyd Wright's dining areas represent some of his most perfectly conceived interior spaces. Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms pictures more than two dozen of his best designs and traces the changes in his own way of thinking about how people should dine.
Reviews:
  • Yananoc
I built some Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired furniture for a client, and gave her this and another book on the architect's work. This is a small, napkin-size book...you won't get large detailed photos here. That said, the client appreciated the gesture and the books helped tie FLW's work to mine.
  • Fomand
"Frank Lloyd Wright's Fireplaces," by Carla Lind, explores one particular facet of the work of this great architect. This book is part of a series of "mini-books" devoted to Wright. But despite the book's small scale (5.25 by 5.25 inches, 57 pages), Lind has packed in a wealth of words and images.
The book contains Lind's insightful text, as well as a wealth of illuminating sidebar quotes from Wright and others. There are many detailed, full-color photographs of stunning fireplaces. There is even a delightful historic black-and-white photo of Wright himself playing the piano near one of his fireplaces.
Houses represented in the book include the Hollyhock house, the Hanna house, Fallingwater, and many others. Each fireplace is a beautiful work of art which seems like an organic, integral part of the home. This book will surely delight fans of Wright, and of home design in general.
  • Kale
Piccolo volume, quasi un breviario, utile a chi vuole accedere rapidamente a un dettaglio di design del grande architetto.
  • roternow
Not much information, very limited. I didn't realize how small the book was either (in size & the number of pages) . It is more like a hard bound pamphlet or a kid's "golden book".
  • Chankane
It is 4" X4" or so and about 1/8 inch thick so I was surprised at how small it is.

The content was ok.
  • Musical Aura Island
glad this book was done and I recommend it to anyone interested in Frank Lloyd Wright.
  • Meztisho
"Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms," by Carla Lind, is one of a series of "mini-books," each of which spotlights a particular facet of Wright's amazing career. This volume contains many excellent full color photographs of dining rooms and furniture designed by the master architect. Other useful features in the book are Lind's interesting text, a series of sidebar quotes from Wright and others, and a bibliography.
Lind describes how Wright's dining rooms, over the course of his career, mirrored societal changes. Houses pictured in the book include the Rosenbaum house, Taliesin West, Fallingwater, and others. Each photo demonstrates Wright's mastery of color, space, form, and light. If you are interested in the work of Wright or in home design in general, you might really enjoy this book.
My home was based on one of the FLW Usonian designs, roughly, and was built in the 1950's. I bought it in 1998, and always wanted to upgrade some of the cheap windows and fixtures that were used to be more in the spirit of the original idea. Sadly, in 2010, I had a severe house fire. During the recovery period, I bought this and used it as inspiration in my rebuilding.

Making the best of a bad situation, I was able to realize many of my dreams for my little home. My original fireplace was just plain painted bricks. This was quite useful, and has many interesting facts and good pictures. It is a small size, though. Don't expect a coffee-table or even standard-size book. Good things in a small package. I now have a custom fireplace that I did with my own hands...rather slowly, it's not exactly like any in this book, but the book helped remove the "limits" in my mind's eye about what was possible.