Rear cover notes: "The prophetic vision of one man, Frank Lloyd Wright, dominates the world of architecture in the twentieth century. In this challenging volume the master architect looks back over his career and explains his aims, his ideas, his art. The book begins with the widely discussed 'Conversation' (1953). Mr. Wright's assessment of his work is accompanied by and highlighted with photographs of his buildings in an illustrated text which brings his concepts of an organic architecture vividly alive. THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURE also includes some of Frank Lloyd Wright's most controversial papers: The Princeton Lectures (1930), The Chicago Art Institute Lectures (1931), The London Lectures (1939). Here, too, is a definition of the Language of Organic Architecture as the architect has employed it throughout a lifetime of work."