This is a unique and comprehensive collection of the significant speeches of Frank Lloyd Wright. The speeches presented, spanning nearly six decades, touch on Wright's ideas on organic architecture, the machine, improving the human condition, honor, education, democracy, city planning and his Broadacre City in particular and government. Profusely illustrated with over 300 photographs and drawings, most of which have never been published. A companion volume to the author's collection of conversations and interviews with Wright, The Master Architect.
Arts-Photography, Architecture, Individual-Architects-Firms,