Rectangular dining table "Husser" made from solid lacquered cherry wood. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1899 for the Joseph W. Husser House (Chicago, Illinois), re-edited by the Italian manufacturer Cassina in 1992. Signed and dated underneath : "Frank Lloyd Wright ", "Cassina" and "1992". Numbered 00295.
Dim: W: 60,4 in - D: 50in - H: 29,1in.
Dim: L:153,5cm, P:127cm, H:74cm.
In overall very good condition, with light wear to the wood consistent with age and use.
Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is a famous American architect and designer, author of four hundred completed projects: museums, high-rise buildings, gas stations, hotels, churches, workshops, but he is especially known for his houses. Passionate about Japanese architecture, he was the main actor of the Prairie School - an architectural style of the late 19th and early 20th century in the United States, and the designer of a series of so-called Usonian houses, small dwellings in harmony with their environment. Wright was the forerunner of a new architecture through unique architectural achievements such as the Fallingwater house or the Guggenheim museum in New York.