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Saguaro I

Frank Lloyd Wright

Tel. +32 3 232 36 87
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ref. flw Saguaro I
warp and weft: cotton
pile: wool
This carpet is an imaginative interpretation of one of the original Saguaro drawings submitted by Frank Lloyd Wright to Liberty Magazine in 1926-27. The carpet is in keeping with Wright's philosophy of simplicity and natural elements. The off black colour of the carpet harmonises with the gold which ranges from a soft Marigold to a deep Autumn Leaf gold.
Saguaro I is a 60 knots quality

Frank Lloyd Wright is often described as the greatest of American architects. His works -- among them Taliesin North, Taliesin West, Fallingwater, the Johnson Wax buildings, the Guggenheim Museum -- earned him a good measure of his fame, but his flamboyant personal life earned him the rest. Here Brendan Gill, a personal friend of Wright and his family, gives us not only the fullest, fairest, and most entertaining account of Wright to date, but also strips away the many masks the architect tirelessly constructed to fascinate his admirers and mislead his detractors. Enriched by hitherto unpublished letters and three hundred photographs and drawings, this definitive biography makes Wright, in all his creativity, crackiness, and zest, fairly leap from its pages.
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