CLEARANCE – EXCELLENT CONDITION – ONE AVAILABLE
This volume documents the full-collaboration between Frank Lloyd Wright and Milwaukee interior architect George Mann Niedecken from 1904 to 1918. Both believed in the unity of residential architectural and interior design, and each influenced the other in furnishing many of Wright’s best-known Prairie School houses, including the famous Robie, Coonley, and May houses.
Distributed for the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Softcover, 116 pages