The Frank Lloyd Wright Darwin D. Martin House Architecture Building Brick Set uses a 3/4 scale mini brick. The Atom Brick set highlights the Prairie Style design of the home and its site, allowing the builder to understand the total layout of the house and highlights features unique to the property including the “T” shaped floor plan and extensive art glass windows. Built Dimensions: W: 14.5”. L: 10.5”. H: 3”. Pieces: 1961.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House was built between 1903 and 1905 in the historic Parkside neighborhood of Buffalo, New York. This important Prairie School Home built for businessman Darwin D. Martin and was referred to as “the opus” by Wright himself. Prominent rectilinear lines of the architecture hug close to the prairie landscape. These hard edges are softened by the ground’s considerable gardens and plantings woven throughout property. Adam Reed Tucker, LEGO Master Builder and the founder of The Atom Brick believes that this 3/4 scale brick (the mini brick) is an ideal size to realize projects with a balance of dimension, design, and detail.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Darwin Martin Pier Cluster Window Throw is adapted from a glass design in the Darwin Martin House (Buffalo NY 1903-1905). The Martin House has more art glass patterns than any other house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright with nearly four hundred examples of Wright designed glass. Developed in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the...
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The intricate Frank Lloyd Wright window design from the Darwin D. Martin House (1904) depicts three trees in bloom. This stunning 100% cotton tapestry weave throw features the "Tree of Life" design in brown, forest green, blue and eggplant. Developed in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the throw measures 68" x 48". Machine washable and dryable.
This Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life art glass pattern is found in several variations in Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House. The four-pot variation is found on the central landing of the Martin House stairway. This exquisite adaptation of the window is framed with a copper patina frame for an antique feel and is perfect for desktop display....
This Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House Pier Cluster Laylight glass panel is inspired by Wright's designs in the Darwin D. Martin House (Buffalo, NY; 1903-1905). The house's modular floor plan is reflected in the rectangular geometry of this piece. On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is then kiln fired to permanently...