Alternate TitleLecture: Jean Gardner (McClintock); Michael Webb
Parsons the New School for Design
(subject)Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
(subject)Grey Art Gallery
(subject)Louis H. Sullivan
1977 – 1982
Jean Gardner (McClintock) discusses small-scale objects designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (spoons, rugs, table, lamps); reconsiders Wright’s buildings in relation to each other. Robie House: open plan and continuity; environmental control; integrated lighting. Japanese architecture, interiors. George Madison Millard House: use of cinderblock. Fallingwater: machine-made and natural materials. Larkin Administration Building: interior; community. Side B 47:34 Michael Webb in-progress question and answer with Open Atelier of Design (OAD) students.
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