Frank Lloyd Wright's Glass Designs
By Carla Lind
This little book, beautifully illustrated with 38 photos, 34 in full color, summarizes Frank Lloyd Wright's work with glass, the "magical material," which was an ideal medium through which the architect could accomplish his goal of opening up Americans' living space. This book is part of the Wright-at-a-Glance series, which offers an overview of Wright's life, buildings, and designs.
- 60 pages; hardcover
- Published in 1995 by Pomegranate Communications