When: Thu., June 3, 7:30 p.m. 2010
Frank Lloyd Wright's furniture is typically understood within the context of the buildings it was designed for, or as a series of stand-alone collectible objects. However, his furniture exhibits design principles that are relevant to contemporary viewers and that can be seen in his buildings. Contemporary furniture designer and maker S. Lloyd Natof -- a great-grandson of Wright -- will present a collection of observations and commentary on Wright's furniture along with a tour of his furniture making workshop. Lloyd is uniquely equipped to offer such information: as Wright's great-grandson, he has been living with and thinking about Wright's furniture.