COONLEY 2

Design Frank Lloyd Wright

PERFECT HARMONY

Designed in 1907 by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Avery Coonley House, this high-back solid wood chair is a skillful combination of shapes and materials in which the author uses his signature uprights to construct a sculptural piece in perfect harmony with its surroundings.

PRODUCTION YEAR

1992

An extremely functional dining chair, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1907 for the Avery Coonley House, one of the finest examples of his prairie style home. Wright uses his signature uprights for this accomplished combination of shape and materials that blends into the context with perfect ease. As with all of the architect’s designs, the relationship with nature plays a fundamental role. The high-backed version of the chair is intended to be, above all else, functional, conferring comfort to the person using it, while its essential symmetry composed of simple and clean-cut lines make it elegant beyond compare.

I Maestri

Frank Lloyd Wright

Wright was born on June 8th, 1867 in Richland Center, Wisconsin, USA. Before his birth, his mother was determined that the child she was carrying would become the greatest architect of all time. A teacher herself, she discovered the Froebel system of education, known as the “kindergarten gifts”, according to which a child was taught to draw using basic geometric shapes and forms.

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DINING COLLECTION CATALOGUE
DINING PRODUCTS CATALOGUE
I MAESTRI PRODUCTS CATALOGUE
LIVING COLLECTION CATALOGUE
LIVING PRODUCTS CATALOGUE
OUTDOOR COLLECTION CATALOGUE
OUTDOOR PRODUCTS CATALOGUE
SLEEPING COLLECTION CATALOGUE
SLEEPING PRODUCTS CATALOGUE

skp
2d dwg / 3D dwg
3ds
revit

Structure

Solid cherry or canaletto walnut.

Seat

Birch plywood panel.

Padding

Polyurethane foam.

PRODUCTION YEAR

1992

DESIGN BY
Frank Lloyd Wright
PRODUCTION YEAR

1992

DESIGN BY
Frank Lloyd Wright

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