The Architecture of William Morgan presents fifty of the architect’s early projects that reveal his authentic approach to design and the rich, consistent and true value of his work. Like the great Master Frank Lloyd Wright, Morgan constantly relates buildings and human activity to their ecological contexts. Educated at Harvard under Walter Gropius and Jose Luis Sert and trained in the offices of Paul Rudolph, Morgan also draws creatively on design principles of ancient North America and Micronesia.

The book’s author, Paul Spreiregen, practices architecture in the Washington D.C. area and formerly directed the AIA’s urban design program and the NEA’s architectural and environmental design programs.