For Frank Lloyd Wright, every item inside a house or an office building was as important as the outside. As this book demonstrates, all Wright's furnishings were meant to be integral parts of the whole composition - works of art in themselves. The furnishings shown here range from Wright's world-famous tall-back chairs to ingenious combination pieces, from his revered art glass windows to lamps that have become classics, and from vases to china to spectacular textiles patterns. Throughout his long career, spanning the years 1887 to 1959, this internationally renowned architect worked to persuade homeowners to simplify and beautify their lives by simplifying their furnishings. Choose just a few good things, Wright suggested, and go to the woods and fields for colours and materials that bring nature home. A showcase for these and many more of Wright's most important ideas for interiors, the book illustrates how the architect clothed his buildings as well inside as outside.