Table of contents for The essential Frank Lloyd Wright : critical writings on architecture / edited by Bruce Pfeiffer.

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Contents
Introduction by Bruce Pfeiffer							00
Part I
1901
The Art and Craft of the Machine 							00
1908
In the Cause of Architecture 
1910
Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright
1912
The Japanese Print: An Interpretation 
1924
Louis Henry Sullivan: His Work 
1925
In the Cause of Architecture: The Third Dimension 
1927
In the Cause of Architecture I: The Architect and the Machine 
In the Cause of Architecture II: Standardization, the Soul of the Machine 
In the Cause of Architecture III: Steel
In the Cause of Architecture IV: Fabrication and Imagination 
In the Cause of Architecture V: The New World
1928
In the Cause of Architecture I: The Logic of the Plan
In the Cause of Architecture II: What ¿Styles¿ Mean to the Architect
In the Cause of Architecture III: The Meaning of Materials ¿ Stone
In the Cause of Architecture IV: The Meaning of Materials ¿ Wood
In the Cause of Architecture V: The Meaning of Materials ¿ The Kiln
In the Cause of Architecture VI: The Meaning of Materials ¿ Glass
In the Cause of Architecture VII: The Meaning of Materials ¿ Concrete
In the Cause of Architecture VIII: The Meaning of Materials ¿ 
Sheet Metal and a Modern Instance
In the Cause of Architecture IX: The Terms
Part II
1931
Modern Architecture: Being the Kahn Lectures (Princeton) 
Two Lectures on Architecture (Art Institute of Chicago) 
1932
The Disappearing City 
1937
Architecture and Modern Life: Some Aspects of the Past and 
Present of Architecture 
1938
The Architectural Forum
Part III
1954
The Natural House
1957
A Testament
Index											00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Architecture.