Frank Lloyd Wright
The work of Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is recognized worldwide as pivotal to the development of modern architecture. Through a deep understanding of our relationship with the natural world, Wright’s ideas and designs were inspired by organic forms. His vision, “to make life more beautiful, the world a better one for living in, and to give rhyme, reason, and meaning to life,” is carried on through the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and represented on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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This planter is part of a collection made in collaboration with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, celebrating the modern forms and natural materials that are pillars of the legendary architect’s work. Each Racine Planter is made with a concrete terrazzo that directly references materials or colors Wright used to create some of his most recognized and influential designs—a humble tribute to considerable architectural masterpieces.
Useful tip: Drainage and a hidden saucer are incorporated into the planter's form.
A portion of purchase price supports the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.