Unformatted text preview: “open reaches of the ground may enter as the building and he building interior may reach out and associate with these vistas of the ground” (Wright 4). The rhythm of the windows among the front side of the building also adds to the continuity, and then the large glass wall allows a sunlit space to enter and the feeling of freedom will arise. The columns in the front of the library add a vertical element and show a reinforced concrete aspect. Wright mentions that columns are from the “classic” architecture. However in the perspective of Wright’s five integrities, the columns represent continuity and a re-enforcement to the structural form of the building. After observing the Johnson library at Hampshire College, it is prevalent that the architecture of the building demonstrates more than one component of Frank Lloyd Wright’s five integrities....
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- Spring '10
- Frank Lloyd Wright, Lloyd Wright, Ken Burns, Organic architecture, Hollyhock House, Johnson Library