Taliesin lamps by Frank Lloyd Wright and Yamagiwa

Taliesin lamps by Frank Lloyd Wright and Yamagiwa

Dezeen Showroom: the wooden lamps designed by late architect Frank Lloyd Wright for his 1911 Taliesin house in Wisconsin have been made available by Japanese brand Yamagiwa.

With the permission of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Yamagiwa reproduces three versions of Wright's stacked wood Taliesin lamp — a floor lamp and two table lamps.

Taliesin lamps by Frank Lloyd Wright and Yamagiwa
The Taliesin lamps were originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his famous house

The lamps are made of a series of rectangular solid wood boxes, from which shafts of light stream down and bounce off wood reflectors, providing warm indirect illumination that Yamagiwa says references the appearance of sunlight in nature.

"[Wright] was impressed by nature, and thought sunlight and moonlight filtered through leaves and branches are most beautiful," said Yamagiwa.

Taliesin lamps by Frank Lloyd Wright and Yamagiwa
The lamps are offered in three types of wood or a black painted finish

"Inspired by natural and organic light, he designed the lamp, capturing the filtered glow of light," said the brand.

The Taliesin lamps are available in oak, cherry or walnut woods, as well as a Black edition made of painted chestnut wood.

Product: Taliesin
Designer: Frank Lloyd Wright
Brand: Yamagiwa
Contact: [email protected]

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