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Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT – ANTONIN RAYMOND – ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS. The first copy of this publication was in 1937. The original plates were destroyed during the bombing of Japan in the Second World War. Fortunately, a perfect copy was found and and was used to publish this issue in 1947. The original publication featured burlap boards for the cover with the 1947 publication using heavy stock for the covers with a burlap imprint. Other minor improvements were made but the later printing is generally true to the original in most details. Antonin Raymond and his wife were apprentices of Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin and relocated to Japan to assist Frank Lloyd Wright in the completion of the drawings for the Imperial Hotel. The Raymonds remained in Japan and started an architectural practice incorporating Japanese details influenced to a large degree by their association with Mr. This copy is in fine condition with only minor wear showing on the corners of the covers as shown in the photos. Other than a name imprint of the current owner stamped on the frontispiece, there are no other marks or stains in the copy. The plastic spiral binding is tight and unbroken. The item “Frank Lloyd Wright Rare Antonin Raymond Architectural Details” is in sale since Tuesday, October 9, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\Buildings”. The seller is “koli5436″ and is located in Englewood, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States.

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

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

Frank Lloyd Wright Original Drawing Draft For Usonian Hex House Sheet 8 Details

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT ORIGINAL DRAWING HEX HOUSE DRAFT SHEET 8 FS & 3 = 1′ – 0 DETAILS. THIS IS FOR ONE PAGE ORIGINAL DRAWING. PROVENANCE, ESTATE OF LOCH CRANE TALIESIN APPRENTICE AND JESSE ” CAREY ” CARAWAY ARCHIVE THIS WAS PART OF THE WRIGHT EXPO IN SAN DIEGO. PART OF CRANE’S PERSONAL WRIGHT COLLECTION. Frank Lloyds Wrights Legacy In San Diego: The Taliesin Apprentices. In the decades following World War II, those who studied under architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Spring Green, Wisconsin and Scottsdale, Arizona through his Taliesin apprentice program designed and built a fabulous array of structures in La Jolla and San Diego. Several of them, including Vincent Bonini, Frederick Liebhardt, Loch Crane, Sim Bruce Richards and Bill Slatton, established their professional practices in San Diego. In addition to these focal studies, the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and his two sons Lloyd and John was presented. Frank Lloyd Wrights Legacy in San Diego: the Taliesin Apprentices framed this remarkably rich portfolio of work with architectural drawings, photographs, and ephemera to demonstrate the power of Wrights influence. The exhibition displayed, for the first time in San Diego, Frank Lloyd Wrights unbuilt designs for the region. Curated by Keith York. Major funding for this exhibition provided by Ray and Ellen Merewether with additional support from Nick and Lamya Agelidis, Elizabeth Courtier Willis Allen Real Estate, Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects P. John and Diane Kane, Luce et Studio, Margie Warner and John H. Donald and Jeannette Yeckel, Artworks San Diego, and modernsandiego. Institutional support provided by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture and the Members of the La Jolla Historical Society. Betty Edwards, Charles E. Young Research Library at UCLA, Loch Crane, Shannon Wehsener, the Bonini Family, Louise McWhorter, Darren Bradley, Elizabeth von Beck Archives, the Liebhardt Family, the Richards Family, Jonathan Schmock, and Private Collections for the loans and reproduction rights that made this exhibition possible. The item “FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT ORIGINAL DRAWING DRAFT FOR USONIAN HEX HOUSE SHEET 8 DETAILS” is in sale since Wednesday, November 22, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art Drawings”. The seller is “rachelejulian” and is located in Tinley Park, Illinois. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
  • Artist: FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT