Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design for… uh… a house for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller. Well, that’s straight-forward.
Scan from The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright. My last scan from the book; the others are here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design for… uh… a house for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller. Well, that’s straight-forward.

Scan from The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright. My last scan from the book; the others are here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design for a mile-high Chicago skyscraper. Scan from The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design for a mile-high Chicago skyscraper. Scan from The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design for a Pittsburgh civic center. Scan from The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design for a Pittsburgh civic center. Scan from The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design for seacliff house off the San Francisco bay. Scan from The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design for seacliff house off the San Francisco bay. Scan from The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design for a Chicago skyscraper. Scan from The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design for a Chicago skyscraper. Scan from The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Johnson Wax Research Tower and a research lab, part of Johnson Wax Headquarters. Located in Racine, Wisconsin, the complex was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Don’t remember what I scanned these from.

An impressive angle of “Westendstrasse 1,” the DG Bank (now DZ Bank) headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. Don’t remember what I scanned it from.

"House of Tomorrow" by industrial designer Norman Bel Geddes. Don’t remember what I scanned it from.

"House of Tomorrow" by industrial designer Norman Bel Geddes. Don’t remember what I scanned it from.

An art deco radiator grille, evidently from the Chanin Building in New York City. Don’t remember what I scanned it from.

An art deco radiator grille, evidently from the Chanin Building in New York City. Don’t remember what I scanned it from.

Eliel Saarinen’s entry for the Tribune Tower design contest held in 1922. Don’t remember what I scanned it from.

Eliel Saarinen’s entry for the Tribune Tower design contest held in 1922. Don’t remember what I scanned it from.