Frank Lloyd Wright and Paul Mueller: the architect and his builder of choice

  title={Frank Lloyd Wright and Paul Mueller: the architect and his builder of choice},
  author={A. Saint},
  journal={Architectural Research Quarterly},
  pages={157 - 167}
  • A. Saint
  • Published 2003
  • Art
  • Architectural Research Quarterly
In recent years there has been mounting curiosity about how architects and engineers work with one another to make buildings. Studies of such collaborations have their present use for furthering technique and efficiency in construction. As a historical exercise, one might view the tendency as part of a broader, revisionist trend – an overdue project for setting the record straight, and releasing architecture from the velvet manacles of art history. Acquaintance with the making of any sizeable… Expand


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