Art: Wright's Pyramids

At "Taliesin," his Wisconsin stronghold. Frank Lloyd Wright, the architect whose friends have incorporated his genius for safe-keeping (TIME, Oct. 7), announced last week a new and puzzling project. For Manhattan's Church of St. Mark's-in-the-Bouwerie he has designed four 18-story, glass-walled residential towers, intended to be the first demonstration of ideas which Architect Wright has mulled over for 30 years.

In his plans Architect Wright has "overturned the pyramids and lengthened their lines perpendicularly." Thus, at the top the towers are much larger than at the bottom. Each tower rests on a...

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