Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Frank Lloyd Wright and Lewis Mumford|
|Statement||Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer and Robert Wojtowicz, editors.|
|Contributions||Mumford, Lewis, 1895-, Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks., Wojtowicz, Robert.|
|LC Classifications||NA737.W7 A3 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 294 p. :|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||2001003808|
Robert Wojtowicz is the literary executor of the Lewis Mumford estate and an associate professor of art history at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer is Director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, in Scottsdale, : Lewis Mumford and Frank Lloyd Wright first began corresponding in the s, after Mumford had contributed an essay to the Dutch journal Wendingen in in which he discussed Wright's work as a continuation of a line of innovation begun by H. H. Richardson and Louis Sullivan, as well as placing Wright in contrast to the European modernists. Wright ostensibly responds to Mumford’s book, The Conduct of Life, recently sent to him – and refers, obliquely, to Mumford’s criticism of the United Nations Headquarters in New York Yes, Lewis, better than excellent criticism! If only the significance of Architecture could be read by "supposedly living people" they would see Hitlerism, Stalinism rampant in that costly crate in . Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer is Director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, in Scottsdale, AZ. Robert Wojtowicz is the literary executor of the Lewis Mumford estate and an associate professor of art history at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia/5(4).
''One of our giant redwoods has fallen, and left a space we cannot fill by any quick plantation of lesser trees,'' Lewis Mumford wrote of Frank Lloyd Wright after Wright's death in , and today. Frank Lloyd Wright & Lewis Mumford: Thirty Years of Correspondence Frank Lloyd Wright, Author, Bruce Brooks Pfieffer, Author, Bruce Brooks . Get this from a library! Frank Lloyd Wright & Lewis Mumford: thirty years of correspondence. [Frank Lloyd Wright; Lewis Mumford; Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer; Robert Wojtowicz] -- "What began as a simple letter - a mid-career architect's comments to a young writer - turned into a three-decade correspondence, by turns amusing, inflamed, and conciliatory. In defending himself in this letter, Wright demonstrates his powerful personality and reveals some of his deeply held beliefs on the role of the architect. Reprinted in: Frank Lloyd Wright & Lewis Mumford: Thirty Years of Correspondence, ed. Pfeiffer and Wojtowicz. New York: np,
The Essential Frank Lloyd Wright is a one-volume compendium of Wright’s most critically important — and personally revealing — writings on every conceivable aspect of his craft. Wright was perhaps the most influential and inspired architect of the twentieth century, and this is the only book that gathers all of his most significant essays. FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT AND MUMFORD APPRENTICES, ARCHITECTS, CLIENTS SANDBURG: FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT + LEWIS MUMFORD: Date: Title: Frank Lloyd Wright & Lewis Mumford. Thirty Years of Correspondence. (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York). What began as a simple letter--a mid-career architect's comments to a young writer--turned into a year correspondence, by turns amusing, inflamed, and conciliatory. Frank Lloyd Wright and Lewis Mumford, two pivotal figures in 20th-century American architecture and urbanism, were both passionate writers, keenly aware of world events. Their letters from 1/5(1). WRIGHT, Frank Lloyd. Typed manuscript inscribed. Taliesin West, February, Original page typed manuscript on "The Language of Organic Architecture," inscribed by its author, Frank Lloyd Wright, to his friend, the architecture critic Lewis Mumford, "For Lewis, F.L. Wright." With Mumford's annotation in the top right corner, "Feb ".