Frank Lloyd Wright® Usonian™ End Table
Made in Vermont by Copeland Furniture. Frank Lloyd Wright designed over 1,100 pieces of furniture during a career that spanned 75 years. The most productive chapter of his design years came in the post war years between 1945 and his death in 1959. His Usonian® houses, designed and built in those years, were the culmination of his life long effort to make quality modern design available to the middle class. The name Usonian® is of Wright's origin, meaning of the United States of North America. These homes and furnishings were intended to make living areas the prominent gathering space for families. Furnishings for this suburban design movement maintained the simplistic principles of prairie style while inviting inhabitants to congregate and entertain in their homes' living and eating spaces. Today, Copeland Furniture works with archivists at The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona to select furniture pieces that best exemplify Wright's design and aesthetic principles - like the Usonian® Collection of occasional tables. This series is derived from Wright's Mossberg House in South Bend, Indiana. The collection's Usonian™ End Table features intersecting wooden planes in Wright's unmistakable styling which brings out the inherent beauty of its cherry wood construction. This authentic reproduction piece is licensed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and is engraved with Wright's signature and a discreet serial number. The Frank Lloyd Wright® Usonian™ End Table by Copeland Furniture is crafted from sustainably harvested hardwoods from the American Northern Forest. The collection is made of solid North American cherry and is available in a variety of finishes.