Frank Lloyd Wright's sojourn as a Modernist in inter-war Europe
Everyone agrees that Frank Lloyd Wright occupies a unique place in the history of 20th-century American architecture, but not many would also know that it was a man named William Allin Storrer who confirmed it when he followed Ludwig von Köchel in devising a numbering system for his master's works. As a result, for the past 15 years, along with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's 'K' numbers, we have had Wright's 'S' numbers.
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