The Frank Lloyd Wright Unity Temple Architecture Building Brick Set uses a 3/4 scale mini brick. The Atom Brick set highlights what is often considered one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most important structures, built between the years 1905 and 1908 in Oak Park, Illinois. Wright's use of a single material, reinforced concrete, and his efficient use of space makes Unity Temple one of the first modernist buildings in the world and influenced many future modernist and post-modernists. Built Dimensions: W: 6”. L: 8”. H: 3”. Pieces: 912. Adam Reed Tucker, LEGO Master Builder and the founder of The Atom Brick believes that the 3/4 scale brick (the mini brick) is an ideal size to realize projects with a balance of dimension, design, and detail.
Frank Lloyd Wright City By The Sea 1000 Piece Foil Stamped Puzzle is a contemporary adult jigsaw puzzle with a design adaptation of one of the Frank Lloyd Wright's City By The Sea features golden foil accents, a beautiful puzzle for amateurs and enthusiasts alike. Puzzle : 20” x 27”. Not suitable for children under age three.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Wood Puzzle Set is a great activity for hours of fun and social interaction for all ages. Wood puzzles and wood box feature six colorful iconic designs of Frank Lloyd Wright. The puzzle set includes the following six wooden puzzles: Coonley Playhouse, March Balloons, Tree of Life, Hoffman House, Saguaro Forms & Cactus Flowers, and April...
Put your brain to the test by matching pairs with the Frank Lloyd Wright Memory Game. This memory game includes 10 pairs of colorful cards based on the architect’s iconic designs. 20 cards, 10 matches. Size: 4.75 x 7.5 x 2.25”. Card Size: 7.25 x 3.375”.
The Charley Harper’s Secret Sanctuary 500 piece Jigsaw Puzzle featured image comes from a 1991 poster for the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes in Cleveland, Ohio, created in celebration of the area’s wildlife and the center’s many years of “serendipity in the suburbs”. Harper designed more than fifty posters for various natural areas, parks, and conservation organizations. Harper’s distinctive use of simple geometric...