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One of the first works prominently featured in the Frank Lloyd Wright issues of Wendingen is the Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois. Built for the Unitarian church centered there, with which...
03. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 7 no. 3, 1925, Frank Lloyd Wright, Special Issue 1.
One of the first works prominently featured in the Frank Lloyd Wright issues of Wendingen is the Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois. Built for the Unitarian church centered there, with which...
02. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 2 no. 11, 1919, Reinforced Concrete.
The earliest closets (from the Latin clausum for ‘closed’) were small, private rooms in the home used by the wealthy to enjoy books or art in solitude. Even the rich had few...
09. "Mengel Wall closets, Closet Fronts, Sliding Doors." The Mengel Company; Louisville, KY; 1953.
Fireplaces and mantels harken back to one of humankind’s earliest and most indispensible rituals: the fire gathering. Moving indoors, it evolved into the hearths of medieval Europe, and then...
01d. "Arthur Todhunter Mantels." Arthur Todhunter; New York, NY; c.1910-1925.
3form is a manufacturer of sustainable building materials and architectural hardware, including Wovin Wall, a modular 3-dimensional wall system.
04. "Wovin." 3form, Inc.; Salt Lake City, UT; 2008.
In the 19th century the U.S. averaged one conflagration—a fire causing more than $1 million worth of property damage—per year. Large fires in the early 20th century destroyed large portions of...
11. "The City Unburnable." The National Fireproofing Company; Pittsburgh, PA; 1906.
Swiss furniture manufacturer Vitra was founded by Willi and Erika Fehlbaum in 1957, producing classic designs by Charles & Ray Eames, George Nelson, Alexander Girard and Isamu Noguchi. Charles...
01. [Catalog]. Vitra; Birsfelden, Switzerland; 1993.
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