This rug (circa 1960 ), designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, who is often called the father of American modern architecture, was inspired by the red mapple leaf. Juan Avellaneda was obsessed with this rug and was able to find it and bring it to our Lifestyle Selection. " I think this is a masterpiece rug that can give the perfect touch of elegance and chicness to any room. I can imagine this rug in a room with white boiseries walls, netural tone sofas and armchairs, a wooden floor and a nice console" - said Juan Avellaneda.
- Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), "Red Mapple Leaf" Rug, 70% wool, 30% silk, circa 1960, United States. Dimensions: 3m x 2m. Label; REF/ F.L 019,
- Without question the greatest architect the United States has ever produced, Frank Lloyd Wright and his philosophy of “organic architecture” — of buildings that exist in harmony with their natural surroundings — had a profound influence on the shape of modern life. Wright gave us some of the most elegant and iconic structures in America: residences such as "Fallingwater,” in rural Pennsylvania, the Robie House in Chicago, and “Taliesin,” Wright’s own home; and masterful institutional structures that include the Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois, the Johnson Wax headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin, and the Guggenhaim Museum in New York.
- Hand Notted
- Selected by Juan Avellaneda
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