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Genre/Form: Designs and plans
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959.
Natural house.
New York, Horizon Press, 1954
(OCoLC)622927893
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Lloyd Wright; Donald D Walker
ISBN: 0517020785 9780517020784 0818000074 9780818000072
OCLC Number: 274424
Notes: Gift of Donald D. Walker, Aug. 1989.
Description: 223 pages illustrations, portrait, plans 26 cm
Contents: 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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