From the publisher:
"Hailed as 'the greatest American architect of all time' by the American Institute of Architects, Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings have long been revered as twentieth-century masterpieces; he also created gardens around his houses that are just as worthy of acclaim.
Derek Fell explores Wright's guiding principles of garden design, the inspiration he drew from Japanese and Mayan influences and his appreciation of the stone meeting circles and naturalistic prairie plantings of the great landscape architect Jens Jensen. Based on the author's extended visits to many of Wright's projects and interviews with surviving colleagues and students, this is the first book in full colour to focus on Wright's genius as a landscaper."
20 x 23.5 x 1.8 cm | 160 pages | hardcover