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Frank Lloyd Wright: The Architect Behind The Furniture

March 9th, 2012 by Peggy Farabaugh

 

But in addition to designing over 100 buildings and structures, Wright also designed about 1100 pieces of furniture.  His focus was on designing things that were "in harmony with humanity and its environment", a philosophy he called organic architecture.

We're excited to be able to bring Wright's organic furniture to you through our partnership with fellow Vermont company, Copeland Furniture.  Working with archivists at The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona, Copeland Furniture created reproduction furniture that exemplifies Wright's design and aesthetic principles. Each piece has been named for the client and house for which Wright designed it.

Frank Lloyd Wright® American Made Furniture by Copeland is made of solid hardwood and can be customized in several stains on either quartersawn white oak or American black cherry wood.  Each reproduction piece is licensed by the Frank Lloyd Wright®  Foundation and is engraved with Wright's signature and a discreet serial number. It is some of the finest, handmade, collectible luxury furniture you will find.  Check out Wright's Usonian furniture collection and Copeland's reproduction pieces from the Dana Thomas, Boynton, Coonley and Heurtley homes.  Learn more about Frank Lloyd Wright on our pinterest board.

 

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Usonian Furniture Collection by Frank Lloyd Wright
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Barrel Chairs and Robie House Tabouret Table

 

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