THE ARCHITECTURAL FORUM January 1938. “The Architectural Forum has the honor to present for January 1938 an issue devoted to the new and unpublished work of Frank Lloyd Wright”. Frank Lloyd Wright: 102 pages and 7 fold-outs. Frank Lloyd Wright Guest Author, Editor and Designer! , George Nelson [Associate Editor]: THE ARCHITECTURAL FORUM. [Volume 68, number 1, January 1938]. Of editorial content and period advertising. Seven fold outs of FLW work. Wrappers lightly worn, rubbed and soiled. The spiral binding is in good condition and does not bind any pages when opened. A nearly very good copy. 9.75 x 12.5 magazine with 176 pages, with 182 Pages (including 7 fold-outs) devoted to the work of the renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, including plans and elevations to many of his residential and commercial projects. This issue of Architectural Forum is devoted to one of America’s Greatest Architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Includes his homes, buildings, projects, etc. Also includes photographic reproductions of drawings, floor plans, comments by Frank Lloyd Wright about each project, and great black-and-white photos of his works. (Sweeney 457) Many white spaces are filled with quotations from Frank Lloyd Wright or Walt Whitman. CONTENTS: “The Architectural Forum has the honor to present for January 1938 an issue devoted to the new and unpublished work of Frank Lloyd Wright”. Taliesin III: Home and Workshop of Frank Lloyd Wright. The Taliesin Fellowship Buildings. “The Garden Wall”:Willey House. “The Little Dipper”:Los Angeles. Pioneer Memorial: Winnebago, Wisconsin. Kaufmann Office: Pittsburgh, PA. House for Texas: Dallas. Mark’s Tower: New York City. San Marcos in the Desert: Arizona. “Honeycomb”:Paul Hanna House. House on the Mesa: Broadacre City. Robert Lusk House: Huron, South Dakota. Usonian House for Herbert Jacobs. Fellowship at Play, Taliesin, Wisconsin. FLW-oriented ADVERTISEMENTS: 2 Hope’s Windows. Photo of windows at Fallingwater. 4 Marquette Portland Cement. Photo testing Johnson Wax column. 5 Wright Rubber Tile. Photo John Wax Building model. 6 Reynolds Modern Foil Insulation. For the attic of The Hanna House. LETTERS include “Space Within”. Letter from Kastner concerning Wright’s accomplishments. “In our country the chief obstacle to any real solution of the moderate-cost house-problem is the fact that our people do not really know how to live, imagining their idiosyncrasies to be their “tastes, their prejudices to be their predilections and their ignorance to be virtue where any beauty of living is concerned. – Frank Lloyd Wright. Must be a pattern for more simple and, at the same time, more gracious living: new but suitable to living conditions as they might so well be in the country we live in today. This needed house of moderate cost must sometime face reality. The houses built by the million. Do no such thing. To me such houses are “escapist” houses, putting on some style or other, really having none. A style is not. There is all the difference when we work with style and not for a style. For an excellent and ever-changing selection of rare and out-of-print design books and periodicals covering all aspects of 20th-century visual culture. Please contact me for details. This item is in the category “Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “modernism101″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.