By Harold Goldberg
Updated January 13, 1995 at 05:00 AM EST

If you think great architecture merely means a roof that doesn’t leak when it rains, The Ultimate Frank Lloyd Wright: America’s Architect should prove enlightening. After diddling with its many bells and whistles, you’ll likely embrace the cool Wrightian principle: Architecture is the frame of life. Walk through computer-rendered simulations like the long-demolished Larkin Building, then click on the time line, which almost makes you feel as though you’re there with Wright. Or try building your own virtual Wright dwelling. Beautifully executed, this is an honest overview of the sometimes tortured genius. A-