The Barrel globe, from the Frank Lloyd Wright collection, adapted from the famous architect's drawings and authorized by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, matches the dimensions and geometry of the furniture it's based on.
The Barrel globe is modeled on Wright's Barrel Chair, designed in 1903 and modified later for use at his Taliesin estate in Spring Green, WI, and Herbert F Johnson's Wingspread home in Racine, WI.
This globe stand is an adaptation of one of the most universally recognized furniture designs found in the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation archives. It is a modified version of the famous "Barrel Chair" originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903 and modified for his personal use at "Taliesin" in Spring Green, Wisconsin and for Herbert F. Johnson for his home "Wingspread" in Racine, Wisconsin in 1937.
- Walnut finish globe stand
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