Romanza: The California Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright (Chronicle Books, 1988) presents Wrights’s ardent romanticism in his Californian projects. The author is David Gebhard.
In more than fifty years that separated his first and final projects in California, Frank Lloyd Wright’s ardent romanticism was realized in buildings as varied as the land itself. Romanza is a throughly intriguing collection of Wright’s work in California, work often startling in its monumentality, ingenious in its simplicity, but inevitably achieving that harmonic synthesis of structure and site for which he is best known.
– David Gebhard, Romanza: The California Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright (Chronicle Books, 1988), back cover text
The text is in English. The book is richly illustrated with colour photos and architectural drawings.
Our copy in stock is in good condition. The pages are clean; the binding is intact. The dust jacket shows signs of shelf wear and fading.