Three American Architects Richardson Sullivan and Wright 1865 1915 Rowe Colin

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O'Gorman, James F., Three American Architects: Richardson, Sullivan and Wright, 1865-1915 Rowe, Colin, "Chicago Frame," in The Mathematics of the Ideal Villa and Other Essays Zukowsky, John, ed., Chicago Architecture 1872-1922: The Birth of a Metropolis About Burnham & Root: Hines, Thomas, Burnham of Chicago: Architect and Planner Hoffman, Donald, The Architecture of John Welborn Root Monroe, Harriet, John Wellborn Root Architect (1896; available in reprint editon) About Louis Sullivan: De Wit, Wim, ed., Louis Sullivan: The Function of Ornament Menocal, Narciso, Architecture as Nature: the Transcendental Idea of Louis Sullivan Morrison, Hugh, Louis Sullivan: Prophet of Modern Architecture Twombly, Robert, Louis Sullivan: His Life and Work Twombly, Robert, ed., Louis Sullivan: The Public Papers Sullivan, Louis, The Autobiography of an Idea (1924; available in reprint edition) Sullivan, Louis, Kindergarten Chats (1918; available in reprint edition) Sullivan, Louis, A System of Architectural Ornament According with a Philosophy of Man's Powers (1924; available in reprint edition) (in addition, there are many other books on several Chicago School architects)
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25 Department of Architecture University of Washington ARCH 352: Week #4 (continued) 21 April Lecture #12: Frank Lloyd Wright to 1914 Wright's background and apprenticeship to Sullivan. Wright's architecture as synthesis of previous currents. Breaking out of the box; creating an architecture for the prairies. Design strategies in Wright's work. KEY WORKS: Frank Lloyd Wright Winslow House, River Forest, IL, 1893-1895 Willits House, Highland Park, IL, 1901 Robie House, Chicago, IL, 1906, 1908-1909 Larkin Building, Buffalo, NY, 1903-1904 Unity Church, Oak Park, IL, 1904-1906 WORKS OF THE PERIOD: Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) Frank Lloyd Wright House, Oak Park, IL, 1889 (additions: 1893-1895) George Blossom House, Oak Park, IL, 1892 Winslow House, Rivert Forest, IL, 1893-1898 Warren Hickox House, Kankakee, IL, 1900 Ward Willits House, Highland Park, IL, 1901 Frederick G. Robie House, Chicago, IL, 1906, 1908-1909 Larkin Company Administration Building, Buffalo, NY, 1903-1904 Unity Church, Oak Park, IL, 1904-1906 Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, 1913-1920 Reading: Ingersoll/Kostof, World Architecture , 746-749 Curtis, Modern Architecture Since 1900 (3rd ed.), 112-129
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26 Department of Architecture University of Washington ARCH 352: Week #4 (continued) 21 April Lecture #12: Frank Lloyd Wright to 1914 (continued) Suggested Supplemental Reading: Trachtenberg, Architecture (2nd ed.), 480-485 Colquhoun, Alan, Modern Architecture , 49-55 Frampton, Kenneth, Modern Architecture: Critical History , Part 2, Ch. 3 Hitchcock, Henry-Russell, Architecture: 19th and 20th Centuries , Ch. 15, 19 Whiffen and Koeper, American Architecture , Ch. 12 (pp. 294-319) Brooks, H. Allen, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie School Gill, Brendan, Many Masks: A Life of Frank Lloyd Wright Hildebrand, Grant, The Wright Space Hitchcock, Henry Russell, In the Nature of Materials Manson, Grant, Frank Lloyd Wright to 1910: The First Golden Age O'Gorman, James F., Three American Architects: Richardson, Sullivan and Wright, 1865-1915 Scully, Vincent J., Frank Lloyd Wright Storrer, William A., The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Complete Catalog Twombly, Robert, Frank Lloyd Wright: His Life and Architecture
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