From Architectural History Foundation Books

Frank Lloyd Wright's Hanna House

The Clients' Report

By Paul R. Hanna and Jean S. Hanna

With Architectural History Foundation

This large-format, generously illustrated book tells the story of Wright's famous hexagonal "Honeycomb House" in Palo Alto, California.

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This large-format, generously illustrated book tells the story of Wright's famous hexagonal "Honeycomb House" in Palo Alto, California.

"You look so well in the bee cells that were made to imprison you in sunlight," Frank Lloyd Wright wrote to his clients, the Hannas in 1937. This large-format, generously illustrated book tells the story of Wright's famous hexagonal "Honeycomb House" in Palo Alto, California. In personal correspondence, drawings, photographs, and original documents, it brings to life the complex interaction between architect and client in building an entirely original and remarkable home.

Hardcover

Out of Print ISBN: 9780262081092 148 pp. |

Paperback

Out of Print ISBN: 9780262580649 148 pp. |

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Architectural History Foundation.