Texas A&M University
October 12, 2011
Dr. Anat Geva, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Texas A&M University is pleased to announce the publication of her book Frank Lloyd Wright Sacred Architecture: Faith, Form, and Building Technology, Routledge, September, 2011.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed more than thirty houses of worship, of which only ten were built. This book serves as the first comprehensive study of all of Wright's sacred architecture and is the first book to introduce a theoretical framework of the conceptual model that illustrates the relationship between faith, form, and building technology in sacred architecture. The book offers scholarly discussion on the application of this conceptual model to Wright's religious projects with analytical drawings and photographs. This unique contribution will be useful to all those interested in Wright’sarchitecture and theory as well as in the study of sacred architecture.
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