- The Autobiography of an Idea. Louis H. Sullivan is the deepest and most explicit inventor of modern architecture. His autobiography describes his life as the efflorescence of his vision of man as a creator, with functional purpose and integrity as his guiding principles.
- Kindergarten Chats. In a series of short essays structured as conversations between master and pupil, Louis H. Sullivan develops the theory of modern architecture.
- Frank Lloyd Wright by . The major works of Wright, with extensive photographs and commentary.
- Gardens are for People by . This classic of garden design set the tone for the informal, integrated gardens of modern architecture.