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In a 1922 letter to H.P. Berlage, Wright confided that the Wendingen special on him had reached him by chance, and that he was flattered and heartened by the interest the Dutch had taken in him....
02. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 5 no. 3, 1923, High Rises, featuring a model of Wright’s Call Press Building.
By the mid-1930s the subdued hues and all-whites popularized in the 1920s were beginning to fade out of style as color was once again associated with modernity.
05. "Color Harmony for the Home." The Heath &amp; Milligan Manufacturing Company; Chicago, IL; 1937.
According to historians, no other room in the modern home has been more “radically altered by the technological, social, and aesthetic revolutions of the twentieth century” than the...
05. "Fresher, More Delicious Meals Begin at Sub-Zero." Sub-Zero Freezer Company, Inc.; Madison, WI; 2006.
Many of the 27 million visitors arriving to the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition had likely never seen electricity in action before. Fifteen years later, only 8% of the housing units in the...
08. "The Principle and the Proof." Kohler Automatic Power and Light; Kohler, WI; 1924.
The architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright was introduced to Europe by the Berlin publisher Ernst Wasmuth in 1911, when he published the first book of Wright’s work anywhere in the world: Ausgeführte...
03. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 11 no. 9, 1930, Statistical Images.
In issue 4 of Wendingen’s Frank Lloyd Wright series, J.J.P. Oud, a Dutch architect, wrote the following:

“So firm of structure for all their movability were the piled up masses...
02. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 7 no. 6, 1926, Frank Lloyd Wright, Special Issue 4.

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