Johnson Wax: The Wright Buildings DISCONTINUED
Fifty years after its completion, the complex of buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Johnson Wax remain a compelling example of the architect's mastery of structure and space. The subtle qualities of this profound work can be revisited in "Johnson Wax: the Wright Buildings," a packet of 21 full-color three-dimension photographs on three View-Master® reels. Contemporary exterior and interior views of the administration building and research tower are supplemented by seven historic images taken by Arthur Drexler in 1952 for an exhibit at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Drexler, an enthusiastic stereo photographer, was Curator of Architecture and Design at MoMA from 1950 until 1987. Included is an essay on the project by the late design critic and theorist Reyner Banham.
"Johnson Wax: The Wright Buildings" is now available. and is published by View Productions under the direction of Michael Kaplan and Gregory Terry. Michael Kaplan is Professor of Architecture Emeritus at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he has taught architectural design and theory. Winner of the AIA Education Honors Award in 1991, he is a licensed architect and has lectured and published widely on cultural aspects of architecture. He is a veteran stereo photographer; his lecture on the history, theory and practice of 3-dimensional architectural photography has been presented at venues throughout the United States. Gregory Terry is a graduate of the University of Tennessee School of Architecture. He received a Master of Architecture with Graphic Design concentration from North Carolina State University for a thesis entitled "A Center for View-Master Technology."
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