Designer Notes: Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1859) is one of the most influential American architects of the 20th century. Although he's known mostly for his architecture, his portfolio encompasses everything from furniture to wallpaper. In 1955, he sought to capture a wider market and partnered with Henredon in North Carolina to create the "Taliesin" line. Due to the complexity of the pieces they were only manufactured for a couple of years. 


Frank Lloyd Wright Stacking Cabinet

A three piece stacking cabinet manufactured by Henredon. This was part of the "Taliesin" line which was named after Wrights personal home in Spring Green, Wisconsin. It's made out of Honduran mahogany. There are four drawers and cabinet with an adjustable shelf. This piece has been professionally restored. 

c. 1955

Dimensions: 53.5"h x 35"l x 20.5d