New York: Horizon Press, 1965. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Wendingen was an architecture and art magazine that appeared from 1918 to 1932. It was a monthly publication aimed at architects and interior designers. Published by Amsterdam publisher Hooge Brug (1918–1923) and then by Santpoort publisher C.A. Mees (1924–1931). "It was a mouthpiece for the architect association Architectura et Amicitia. (Architecture and Friendship). Its primary editor was the architect Hendricus Theodorus Wijdeveld. Wendingen initially was an important platform for Dutch expressionism, also known as the Amsterdam School, and later endorsed the New Objectivity."
The series included seven issues on Frank Lloyd Wright which worked to effectively cement Wright's reputation as the leading American avant-garde architect of the time. First bound together and issued overseas in 1925, Horizon Press reissued it with additional material in 1965. Includes an introduction by Wijdeveld and a new one by Olgivanna Lloyd Wright. The edition, at Wright's insistance, maintains the original's double-folded leaves (printed one side and folded over) and specially bound. Richly illustrated with pictures and plans of Wright's various works and contextual commentary on various works by other architects. Very Good+. Good+ slipcase. Minimal shelf/edge wear, gift inscrption at ffep with tipped in 20 cent Falling Waters US stamp, else tight, bright, and unmarred; slipcase shows moderate shelf/edge wear, open end well sunned, small bit of 'invisible' tape on front, else tight and clean. Beige cloth boards, red cloth spine lable with black ink border and gilt lettering, doublefolded leaves; paper slipcase with paper label onlays front and back. Square fo. 164pp. Illus. (color and b/w plates). Laid in copy of AIA Monthly Bulletin: Michigan Society of Architects (Dec, 1959) laid in. Item #10663