Dana Thomas Plant Stand
Frank Lloyd Wright‰Ûªs self-described ‰ÛÏorganic‰Ûù architecture bled profusely into the furnishings he created, which were essential elements of his residential masterpieces. His affection for the Midwest is palpable in his Prairie period, where he created houses and corresponding wares unified by their low, long horizons and geometric forms. This Plant Stand was made for the Dana-Thomas House, his first large-scale project for illustrious hostess Susan Lawrence Dana. Simple and elegant in appearance, it is made of 52 pieces of precisely cut hardwood.