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The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller

The Architectural Forum was an American magazine dedicated to building and architecture; this particular edition is dedicated to the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and the articles, plans and fold outs all contribute to the unity of theme. Includes several fold-outs; a special one in red and black is dedicated to Wrights mentor, Louis Henry Sullivan and Dankmar Adler. Entirely dedicated to the work of FLW, the entire issue presents new and existing works unified through Wrights strong linear approach to design. In excellent condition, this is spiral bound with stiff wraps. Some surface dirt, occasional foxing, some fingerprinting and age appropriate paper discoloration. Fold outs intact, great advertising, unusual approach with its focus on the works of one person. Please do not hesitate to ask questions or for more pictures. Very Good Condition: folio: soft cover with spiral binding designed by Frank Lloyd Wright with signature lettering and giant red square: bookplate inside front covers introductory ad: signature of previous owner Edwin W Zoller above editorial: fingerprints, occasional foxing and age appropriate discoloration of paper: advertisements and fold outs intact and in place: The Architectural Forum: Frank Lloyd Wright: New York: Time Inc: January, 1938. The item “The Architectural Forum Jan 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright Complete E W Zoller” is in sale since Monday, January 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “robinrarebooks” and is located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Subject: Home & Garden
  • Topic: Architecture
  • Special Attributes: Illustrated
  • Binding: Brochure/Pamphlet
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Publisher: Time Inc
  • Year Printed: 1938
  • Place of Publication: New York
  • Language: English
  • Illustrator: Frank Lloyd Wright
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Set Of 5 Architectural Luxfer Glass Tiles Frank Lloyd Wright Design Purple Hue

Set Of 5 Architectural Luxfer Glass Tiles Frank Lloyd Wright Design Purple Hue

Set Of 5 Architectural Luxfer Glass Tiles Frank Lloyd Wright Design Purple Hue

Set Of 5 Architectural Luxfer Glass Tiles Frank Lloyd Wright Design Purple Hue

Set of 5 architectural Luxfer Glass Tiles Frank Lloyd Wright design. There are 6 sets available. The price shows is for each set. The have a purple hue with a floral design. These were designed to refract light and were built into transom windows mostly used in commercial buildings. They are in very good condition. The dimensions are 4″ x 4″. Please contact Lefflers Antiques with any questions. If you want to keep the item and have it repaired, an estimate of repair cost will be required. Please keep all packaging until any damage inspection is complete. The claim process may take upwards of 8 weeks to complete. Please be patient and we will keep you informed of the progress. Get images that make Supersized seem small. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “SET OF 5 ARCHITECTURAL LUXFER GLASS TILES FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT DESIGN PURPLE HUE” is in sale since Thursday, September 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Tiles”. The seller is “lefflersantiques” and is located in Toledo, Ohio. This item can be shipped worldwide.

Architectural Visualisation Morris House House Frank Lloyd Wright Post Production

Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright

Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright

Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright

Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright

Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright

Published: New York and Tokyo; Architectural Forum and Antonin Raymond, 1938. Condition: Very good (please see full item description for details). Description: Second printing of the original (first) edition. 116 pp (one page of text, the rest photographs and architectural drawings), 9 x 11.75 inches, spiral-bound, with burlap-covered boards and rice paper title page and endpapers. Light scattered foxing, all else very good. In the original cardboard sllipcase, which has some staining and wear. He assisted Frank Lloyd Wright in building the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo (1916). Remaining in Japan, he and his partner, Ladislav Rado, built numerous structures, mostly for Americans. One of the few Modernist architects working in Japan at the time, he influenced such Japanese architects as Yoshimura Junzo and Maekawa Kunio. Among his works were the Readers Digest Building, Tokyo (1951; since destroyed), and the Nagoya International School (opened 1967), a circular structure serving a flexible, progressive educational program (Britannica). As described in the Foreword, this book presents architectural elements developed in Japan over a period of seventeen years. Detail drawings and photographs show work actually executed in various buildings. See our other Architecture. Condition Descriptions Defined: We grade our books and dust jackets using the traditional language of the antiquarian book trade. In brief: Fine is the highest grade and means essentially as new, without visible faults or defects; Near Fine means approaching fine, but with one or more very minor defects or faults, which will be noted; Very Good means the book shows some general (but not too offensive) signs of wear and use, which will be noted; Good means the book is complete and intact, but has more wear or some internal markings. Any ex-library book will be graded no higher than Good, even if it is otherwise a very nice copy. Again, all flaws will be noted. We rarely offer any books in Fair or Poor condition, but if we do, the reasons for the grade will be evident from the photo(s) and description. Please notify us in advance of any return. About us: Walkabout Books is a member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) and the Independent Online Booksellers Association (IOBA). We have an office in Laguna Hills, California and are open to the public by appointment. The item “Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright” is in sale since Monday, May 7, 2018. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “walkaboutbooks” and is located in Laguna Niguel, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Publication Year: 1938
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publication Location: New York and Tokyon
  • Author: Raymond, Antonin
  • Publisher: Architectural Forum and Antonin Raymond
  • Subject: Art and Photography
  • Topic: Architecture

Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright

Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright

Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright

Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright

Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright

Published: New York and Tokyo; Architectural Forum and Antonin Raymond, 1938. Condition: Very good (please see full item description for details). Description: Second printing of the original (first) edition. 116 pp (one page of text, the rest photographs and architectural drawings), 9 x 11.75 inches, spiral-bound, with burlap-covered boards and rice paper title page and endpapers. Light scattered foxing, all else very good. In the original cardboard sllipcase, which has some staining and wear. He assisted Frank Lloyd Wright in building the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo (1916). Remaining in Japan, he and his partner, Ladislav Rado, built numerous structures, mostly for Americans. One of the few Modernist architects working in Japan at the time, he influenced such Japanese architects as Yoshimura Junzo and Maekawa Kunio. Among his works were the Readers Digest Building, Tokyo (1951; since destroyed), and the Nagoya International School (opened 1967), a circular structure serving a flexible, progressive educational program (Britannica). As described in the Foreword, this book presents architectural elements developed in Japan over a period of seventeen years. Detail drawings and photographs show work actually executed in various buildings. See our other Architecture. Condition Descriptions Defined: We grade our books and dust jackets using the traditional language of the antiquarian book trade. In brief: Fine is the highest grade and means essentially as new, without visible faults or defects; Near Fine means approaching fine, but with one or more very minor defects or faults, which will be noted; Very Good means the book shows some general (but not too offensive) signs of wear and use, which will be noted; Good means the book is complete and intact, but has more wear or some internal markings. Any ex-library book will be graded no higher than Good, even if it is otherwise a very nice copy. Again, all flaws will be noted. We rarely offer any books in Fair or Poor condition, but if we do, the reasons for the grade will be evident from the photo(s) and description. Please notify us in advance of any return. About us: Walkabout Books is a member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) and the Independent Online Booksellers Association (IOBA). We have an office in Laguna Hills, California and are open to the public by appointment. The item “Architectural Details Antonin Raymond Japanese Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright” is in sale since Tuesday, April 03, 2018. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “walkaboutbooks” and is located in Laguna Niguel, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Publication Year: 1938
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publication Location: New York and Tokyon
  • Author: Raymond, Antonin
  • Publisher: Architectural Forum and Antonin Raymond
  • Subject: Art and Photography
  • Topic: Architecture

Architectural Deco Geometric Heavy Bevel & Frost Window Frank Lloyd Wright Style

Architectural Deco Geometric Heavy Bevel & Frost Window Frank Lloyd Wright Style

Architectural Deco Geometric Heavy Bevel & Frost Window Frank Lloyd Wright Style

Architectural Deco Geometric Heavy Bevel & Frost Window Frank Lloyd Wright Style

Architectural Deco Geometric Heavy Bevel & Frost Window Frank Lloyd Wright Style

Architectural Deco Geometric Heavy Bevel & Frost Window Frank Lloyd Wright Style

Architectural Deco Geometric Heavy Bevel & Frost Window Frank Lloyd Wright Style

Architectural Deco Geometric Heavy Bevel & Frost Window Frank Lloyd Wright Style

24″ X 19″ incredible window no breaks… One minor hairline crack in small square… Noticeable because it is in the frost pattern… Also note the wood chip in right hand corner… See photos for condition… Don’t miss out on this amazing piece.. The item “Architectural Deco Geometric Heavy Bevel & Frost Window Frank Lloyd Wright Style” is in sale since Wednesday, June 01, 2016. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Stained Glass Windows\1900-1940″. The seller is “msloan729″ and is located in Buffalo, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.

NEW Architectural Excursions Frank Lloyd Wright, Holland and Europe by Donald L

NEW Architectural Excursions Frank Lloyd Wright, Holland and Europe by Donald L

Architectural Excursions: Frank Lloyd Wright, Holland and Europe. By Donald Langmead, Donald Leslie Johnson. Soon after 1900 in both North America and Europe the evolution from the tradition of Mediterranean and Gallic architectural styles to modernism began. This phenomenon was due, in part, to American industrial architecture and the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. European architecture within and outside of Holland reflects an adaptation of Wright’s theories along with the structural determinism of American industrial buildings. With new evidence and fresh analysis culled from Dutch and American archives, personal correspondence, and professional material, this study examines the weight of Wright’s works and words and those of the Dutchmen H. Berlage, Theo van Doesburg, Jan Wils, J. Oud, William Dudok, and Hendrik Theodor Wijdeveld. This new insight on the effects of Wright’s architectural theories and designs, coupled with an extensive guide for further research, will attract art and architecture scholars and historians on both sides of the Atlantic and will also be of interest to social historians, artists, and architects. Events and new theories, including the assertion that Hendrik Theodor Wijdeveld was the catalytic source behind Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship established in 1932, are presented in clear accessible language. Tied to the text are numerous visual presentations of significant designs and buildings. European architecture within and outside of Holland reflects an adaptation of Wright’s theories along with the structural determinism of American industrial buildings. With new evidence and fresh analysis culled from Dutch and American archives, personal correspondence, and professional material, this study examines the weight of Wright’s works and words and those of the Dutchmen H. Oud, William Dudok and Hendrik Theodor Wijdeveld. This work provides insight into the effects of Wright’s architectural theories and designs, coupled with an extensive guide for further research. It aims to attract art and architecture scholars and historians from both sides of the Atlantic and should also be of interest to social historians, artists and architects. Events and theories, including the assertion that Hendrik Theodor Wijdeveld was the catalytic source behind Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship established in 1932, are presented in clear accessible language. Donald Langmead is Professor of Architectural History at the University of South Australia. Donald Leslie Johnson is an American scholar who studied in the masters class of Louis Kahn. Donald Langmead, Donald Leslie Johnson. X 9.5 in. Grand Eagle Retail is the ideal place for all your shopping needs! We are unable to deliver faster than stated. International deliveries will take 1-6 weeks. Please contact Customer Services and request “Return Authorisation” before you send your item back to us. We cannot take responsibility for items which are lost or damaged in transit. Home, Garden & Pets. Sign up to our newsletter to hear about new items and our latest offers. The item “NEW Architectural Excursions Frank Lloyd Wright, Holland and Europe by Donald L” is in sale since Thursday, March 10, 2016. This item is in the category “Books\Nonfiction”. The seller is “grandeagleretail” and is located in Fairfield, Ohio. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • ISBN-10: 0313305676
  • ISBN-13: 9780313305672
  • Author: Donald Langmead
  • Publication Year: 2000
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book
  • Educational Level: Elementary/High School

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