Introduce children to the meaning of 'opposite' with Frank Lloyd Wright!
Frank Lloyd Wright designed over 1,000 buildings in his lifetime. You can find many contrasts in his work, from round and pointy to tall and wide. He was particularly inspired by nature and his architecture often brings the outdoors indoors. This book teaches young children basic concepts of opposites whilst also offering an interactive introduction to one of the greatest architects of our time. Includes special features inside with fold out pages and tactile elements.
Frank Lloyd Wright brought American architecture to the forefront. His visionary creations were strongly influenced by the natural world, and he emphasized craftsmanship while embracing technology’s ability to make design accessible to all. Wright was also highly involved with the interiors of his buildings, creating furnishings and other custom elements such as stained-glass windows to enhance the overall design. His most iconic structures, such as the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York and Fallingwater in Pennsylvania, are now designated as historic landmarks and attract visitors from around the world.
Board Book: 30 pages.
6.3 x 6.3 inches
Age: 0-5 Years.