Frank Lloyd Wright Furniture, a Documentary

Frank Lloyd Wright is possibly the most famous American architect of all time. On top of creating the most iconic buildings of the modern era, he is perhaps less known as an important furniture designer of the 20th Century. My friend, design historian Daniella Ohad Smith, just released a documentary about Wright’s furniture and interiors. The film is geared toward furniture collectors but will educate and inspire anyone who is interested in furniture and woodworking.

Wright’s array of styles spans from Mission to Modern and crosses over into Art Deco and Art Nouveau. Check out this film to learn more about furniture lingo, see examples of Wright’s pieces including their geometries and materials, and how they enhance the interior space. You’ll also pick up some gossip about some of the most expensive furniture out there.

— Yoav Liberman

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About Yoav Liberman

Yoav S. Liberman is a woodworker and a teacher. His pieces have been featured in several woodworking books, most recently in Robin Wood’s CORES Recycled. Yoav teaches woodworking at the Rudolf Steiner School in Manhattan, and also frequently guest teaches in craft schools across the country.  Between 2003 and 2011 Yoav  headed the woodworking program at Harvard University's Eliot House. Yoav’s articles have appeared in American Woodworker and Woodwork Magazine. He frequently contributes woodworking web content to a number of digital publications   Yoav has a degree in architecture and later held two competitive residency programs: at The Worcester Center for Crafts in Massachusetts, and the Windgate Foundation Fellowship at Purchase College, New York. He lives in Chestnut Ridge NY.

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