Frank Lloyd Wright Dana-Thomas Plant Stand
Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was America's pioneer of modern architecture, whose influence on European modernists and generations of US architects has been incalculable. He broke with Victorian tradition about 1900 to create the Prairie Style, the origin of millions of modern American house designs. He brought Organic Architecture to fruition in the 1920s-30s, basing structures on natural forms and producing buildings -- like "Fallingwater" in Pennsylvania and the Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan -- that are at one with their outdoor environments. A brilliant designer of furniture, textiles, stained glass, and interior detail, he always presented his clients with a completely integrated concept, from the building itself right through to the light fixtures and the rug patterns.
Copeland Furniture is the exclusive licensee of Wright's furniture designs. Each piece of Frank Lloyd Wright® Furniture by Copeland is named after the house for which he designed it, and bears Wright’s signature, date of manufacture, and a unique serial number.
The delights are in the details with the Dana Thomas Plant Stand, Wright's modern pedestal design intended for an indoor plant or floral arrangement, small sculpture, art glass, or other favorite object. Showing the influence of the Japanese art Wright admired and collected, this beautiful piece of hardwood joinery owes its unusual appeal to the fine points of simple, precise ornamentation at the joins of vertical and horizontal (we suggest viewing the larger image to get a sense of this).The Dana Thomas Plant Stand is constructed in either of 2 hardwoods, solid cherry or quartersawn oak, each in a choice of 2 finishes.
- Perfect accent for any room
- Crafted from Quartersawn White Oak or Cherry hardwood
- Finish based on your selection
- Sturdy & durable construction
- Elegant detailing & craftsmanship
- (1) Frank Lloyd Wright Dana-Thomas Plant Stand
- Overall: 14"w x 14"d x 30"h