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The natural house.

Autor: Frank Lloyd Wright; Donald D Walker
Editorial: New York, Horizon Press, 1954.
Edición/Formato:   Libro impreso : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Resumen:
When Frank Lloyd Wright turns his attention to one of the most important personal problems now facing practically everyone in our society - it is a time for rejoicing. The world's greatest architect here meets the urgent problem of suitable shelter for The Family in a democracy, in a magnificent and - as was to be expected - challenging book. Here, presented at last in full detail, is the natural house. The moderate  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Designs and plans
History
Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959.
Natural house.
New York, Horizon Press, 1954
(OCoLC)622927893
Tipo de documento Libro
Todos autores / colaboradores: Frank Lloyd Wright; Donald D Walker
ISBN: 0517020785 9780517020784 0818000074 9780818000072
Número OCLC: 274424
Notas: Gift of Donald D. Walker, Aug. 1989.
Descripción: 223 pages illustrations, portrait, plans 26 cm
Contenido: Organic architecture --
Building the new house --
Simplicity --
Plasticity --
In the nature of materials: a philosophy --
A new reality: glass --
Another reality: continuity --
Materials for their own sake --
The new integrity --
Integral ornament at last --
Great power --
The Usonian House I --
The Usonian House II --
Gravity heat --
Concerning the Usonian House --
Integrity: in a house as in an individual --
From the ground up --
Where to build --
What kind of land --
A suitable foundation --
Advantages of the berm-type --
How to light the house --
The great luminary --
Steel and glass --
The basement --
Insulation and heating --
The kind of roof --
The attic --
Size of kitchen --
The client and the house --
Expanding for the growing family --
Children's rooms --
Furnishings --
Chairs --
Paint --
Air conditioning? --
The contractor --
Grammar: the house as a work of art --
The architect of the future --
It is valiant to be simple --
The Usonian Automatic --
Reducing the costs --
How the "Usonian Automatic" is built --
Organic architecture and the Orient --
The philosophy and the deed.

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When Frank Lloyd Wright turns his attention to one of the most important personal problems now facing practically everyone in our society - it is a time for rejoicing. The world's greatest architect here meets the urgent problem of suitable shelter for The Family in a democracy, in a magnificent and - as was to be expected - challenging book. Here, presented at last in full detail, is the natural house. The moderate cost houses described in this book and profusely illustrated with 116 photographs, plans and drawings, are houses - of infinite variety for people of limited means - in which living has become for their owners a purposeful new adventure in freedom and dignity. Mr. Wright tells the story of the world famous "Usonian" houses, so that we now see, in text and illustrations, how they have evolved from original conception to final execution. He has also written a step-by-step description of the "Usonion Automatic," explaining just how that remarkable house is built - a simplified method of construction so devised that the owners themselves can build it with great economy and beauty. For this purpose, there are, in addition to Mr. Wright's text, special photographs and drawings of the method and materials, showing clearly how the Usonion Automatic is built.

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