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This Frank Lloyd Wright Marin County Civic Center Wall Mirror is inspired by Wright's largest public project, consisting of a main Administration Building and adjoining Hall of Justice. Both buildings were constructed after his death under the supervision of Taliesin Associated Architects and completed by 1970. The project embodied Wright's ideal of organic architecture - a synthesis of buildings and landscape with the scalloped blue roof mirroring the color of the sky above. The stunning Marin County Civic Center Wall Mirror measures 23.5" in diameter x 1" thick, with mirrored acrylic in the center. Includes a keyhole on the back for hanging. This item is available only with the Ground Shipping option. Coupon discount offers, expedited shipping, and gift wrap are not applicable.
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life Hardwood Art Screen Wall Panel design is found in several variations in Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House. The house contains nine primary art glass themes, many interrelated. The Tree of Life art glass window was designed to allow the geometric natural forms to bring in the outdoors while providing additional privacy. The panel measures...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Dana Sumac Wood Art Screen Wall Panel is inspired by an art glass dining room window from the Susan Lawrence Dana House (Springfield, Illinois, 1904). This stunning Dana Sumac panel measures 31.5" x 11.5" x 0.5" depth and is created in laser cut cherry veneered MDF. Includes one sawtooth hanger and hardware. This item is available only with the GROUND...
This stunning Frank Lloyd Wright Dana Window Wood Art Screen Wall Panel is adapted from the suspended art glass curtain in the Gallery Wing in the Susan Lawrence Dana House (Springfield, Illinois, 1904). The Dana panel measures 31.5" x 11.5" x .5" depth and is created in laser cut cherry veneered MDF. Includes one sawtooth hanger and hardware. This item is available...
This Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House Wood Art Screen Wall Panel is inspired by an art glass window in the Darwin D. Martin House (Buffalo, New York, 1903-05). The square and rectangular art glass patterns mirror the geometry of the modular floor plan of the house. The stunning Martin House wall panel measures 31.5" x 11.5" x 0.5" depth and is created in laser...