"EACH NEW BUILDING WAS A NEW EXPERIENCE": SIGNED FIRST EDITION OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY
WRIGHT, Frank Lloyd. An Autobiography. London & New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1932. Quarto, original decorated black cloth.
First edition, signed in full by Wright on the front endpaper.
By the time his Autobiography was published, Wright had designed many of the buildings with which he is everlastingly associated, including the Unity Temple (1906), Taliesin (1912), and the Imperial Hotel (1923). In this seminal work he presents an early and insightful exposition of the architectural principles that established him as the most influential American architect of the twentieth century. Without original dust jacket.
Expert restoration to spine. An extremely good copy.