Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Buildings by Jonathan Lipman
Frank Lloyd Wright’s commission by SC Johnson & Son to design its new office facilities in Racine, Wisconsin in 1939, resulted in a monument to the meeting of one of the most innovative companies of the twentieth century and one of its greatest architectural minds. The Johnson Wax buildings are among Wright’s masterpieces.
Incorporating a wealth of much never before published material, including a set of complete plans especially commissioned for this publication, as well as archival and contemporary photographs, drawings, correspondence, and interviews, this book documents the history of these buildings and sheds new light on the men who created them.
10.25 x 8.5 x .875 inches
This book has been out of print since 1986.
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