Design: Reassessing the Wright Stuff

New appreciation for a great architect's domestic interiors

A Frank Lloyd Wright Revival seems to be in the making. Exhibitions, symposia and books on the master's volcanic life and titanic work proliferate. One of Wright's two "Tree of Life" stained-glass doors brought $110,000 at Christie's in New York City in May, a record for an American stained-glass panel. Starting next week, 100 of his architectural drawings will be offered at Manhattan's Max Protetch Gallery for $7,000 and up. Wright buildings from coast to coast are being devoutly restored, the most important of them...

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