This book is the definitive coffee table tome about Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the world’s most celebrated and recognizable architects – it was Wright who designed the unforgettable Guggenheim Museum in New York. Famous for his innovative use of glass and steel, and the way he designed buildings that melded the inside and the outside world, Wright’s influence can be seen all over the world. Written by his former apprentice Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer and with incredible access to Wright’s personal archives, this hefty book gives insight into the mind of a true genius. If you’re a fan of architecture and Wright’s work, or even if you’ve just been looking for the next addition to your coffee table stack, this is the book for you. Taschen’s Basic Art Series was created in 1985 as a way of celebrating some of the art and design world’s most iconic figures, from Zaha Hadid to Leonardo da Vinci. Printed in glorious color in hardback format, these books are an intelligent addition to your coffee table or bookshelf. This 96-page ode to the groundbreaking work of architect Frank Lloyd Wright is an essential purchase for any design fanatic. Sold individually. Hardcover, 21 by 26 cm.