Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is recognized world-wide as one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century. His work heralded a new thinking in architecture, using innovation in design and engineering made possible by newly developed technology and materials. His creative ability extended far beyond the border of architecture to graphic design, furniture, art glass, textiles, and decorative elements for the home.
This design is adapted from the Charles Ennis House, created by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923. It is the last, largest, and most complex, of the four textile block houses, having 24 different block forms, battered walls, and art glass windows representing abstractions of wisteria. Crowning a ridge at the base of the Santa Monica Mountains, it is one of the most exceptional architectural landmarks in Los Angeles.
Assorted set of 4 absorbent stone coasters, one of each design. 4.25" square with cork backing. Each set in a printed box. Artist: Frank Lloyd Wright®