Frank Lloyd Wright Frederick C. Robie Taboret
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.
Wright always wanted to unite intelligent function with beauty, and in the Frederick C. Robie Taboret he produced a small table of great character whose well-thought-out proportions allow it to be used in several ways, as modern side table, as end table, as a modern stool or footstool. The table's visual details are as precise as its dimensions, from the repeating horizontals to the sturdy little curve of its feet. The Frederick C. Robie Taboret is constructed in either of 2 hardwoods, solid cherry or quartersawn oak, each in a choice of 2 finishes.
- Made from Quatersawn White Oak or Cherry hardwood
- Available in finish of your choice
- Suitable as a seat, tea table, or footstool
- Elegant & sturdy craftsmanship
- (1) Frank Lloyd Wright Frederick C. Robie Taboret
- Overall: 14"w x 14"d x 16.25"h