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Boasting a creative period lasted lasting over 70 years, Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the world’s most influential architects. Wisconsin-born, he is best known for promoting the harmony between human habitation and the natural world in his designs, which he referred to as ‘organic architecture’.See all products
Boasting a creative period lasted lasting over 70 years, Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the world’s most influential architects. Wisconsin-born, he is best known for promoting the harmony between human habitation and the natural world in his designs, which he referred to as ‘organic architecture’.
Responsible for the design of over 1,000 structures, some of Wright’s most famous buildings include Fallingwater, The Guggenheim and Taliesin. Winner of both RIBA and AIA Gold Medals as well as four Twenty-five Year Awards, his timeless designs fill and inspire modern culture, particularly in the United States. His composer-like mindset helped spark his creativity, and he was one of the earliest advocates of green design, tracing back to his 1954 book ‘The Natural House’.
Wright expanded his empire with the belief that “the best friend of earth of man is the tree. When we use the tree respectfully and economically, we have one of the greatest resources on the earth”. A great many of his private home designs in particular were centred around the use of wood. The Conran Shop’s offering of Wright’s designs boasts the Taliesin Floor and Table Lamps which are inspired by his early 20th-century residence and are fittingly crafted from cherry wood.
With special permission by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Japanese lighting brand Yamagiwa presents the cherry Taliesin 4 Table Lamp.
The design is inspired by Wright’s Taliesin 1 Pendant Light, an original design that was created to illuminate a theatre at the architect's 1911 residence in Taliesin, Wisconsin. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture are now both situated at this very same location.
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