Louis Sullivan, student of Frank Furness and mentor to Frank Lloyd Wright, is possibly the most famous American architect of the 19th century. A pioneer of the tall office building, his theories paved the way for the emergence of the modern skyscraper. The architecture of Chicago and much of the Midwest was shaped by his distinctive style.
Louis Henry Sullivan traces his life and work. It discusses his most famous works-including the Auditorium Building in Chicago, the Wainwright Building in Saint Louis, the Guaranty Building in Buffalo, the Carson Pirie Scott Building in Chicago, and the National Farmers' Bank in Owatonna, Minnesota-as well as many of his lesser-known projects.
Copiously illustrated in color and black-and-white with drawings, plans, and historical as well as recent photographs, this monograph includes a complete chronology of Sullivan's projects and built works, a list of Sullivan's writings, and a full bibliogr aphy. Louis Henry Sullivan is the only comprehensive illustrated monograph available on the work of this renowned architect.
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