The Hexagon 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 Hexagon globe stand is based on a series of hexagonal metal chairs, tables, and other furniture designed for the H. C. Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, in 1952.
Frank Lloyd Wright's overall concept for his buildings included the integration of the interior furnishings. In 1952, he developed a series of hexagonal metal chairs, tables and other furniture for the H. C. Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, that coordinated with the geometric shape of the building.
Adapted from the hexagonal hassock design, this globe stand exemplifies the three Organic Elements used by Wright. The metal base is triangular, the hexagonal globe support is wood, and the globe is circular.
- Triangular metal globe stand
- Antique finish, 12-inch diameter globe