Inga Saffron on 'Architecture’s Odd Couple'

Inga Saffron on 'Architecture’s Odd Couple'

In the recent issue of the New York Times Book Review, Inga Saffron (LF ’12) reviews Hugh Howard’s dual biography of Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson. She turns her critical eye on Howard’s claim that, despite their prickly relationship, the architects spurred each other’s growth and creativity. Saffron is not convinced. Read “In ‘Architecture’s Odd Couple,’ It’s Philip Johnson vs. Frank Lloyd Wright.”

Images: (L) Philip Johnson's Glass house, photo by Carol M. Highsmith; (R) Frank Lloyd Wright's Weltzheimer Johnson House, photo by Dirk Bakker
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