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Pay your respects to an American icon with lighting inspired by a Frank Lloyd Wright architectural design. LightWave Laser uses a precision laser cutting machine to carve imagery from Wright’s archival drawings into wood, resulting in striking, harmonious geometric forms. Designed to look like mortise and tenon joinery, the Frederick C. Robie Mini Lightbox references an art glass window found in the Frederick C. Robie House, a dramatic Prairie-style structure designed by Wright in 1908.
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Uses 10 W compact fluorescent lightbulb (included). 5.5’ cord with inline switch.
Dust with dry cloth.
Cherry Wood Veneer
Uses 7watt candelabra bulb (included).
L 4.25” W 4.25” H 11.50”
A part-time artist with an engineering background, Californian Ron Macken learned to use a laser cutter while working for a product manufacturer. In 2004, he gave into his creative side and launched LightWave Laser, a collection of fine wood accents laser-cut with his designs. He also makes designs based on archival drawings from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.