This Taliesin Desk Lamp is mostly Black Walnut with Cottonwood splines and parts on the base. The original was designed in 1925 by Frank Lloyd Wright for his home in Wisconsin. The height is 23"and the base is 9" square.
This Prairie Style lamp was inspired by the Arts & Crafts Style, Frank Lloyd Wright, Greene & Greene, Rennie McIntosh and Vermont. It has Tiger Maple, Oak, Padouk, and Black Walnut and stands 30 inches tall. It has two sockets and a switch on the base which is 9" square. The glass is Spectrum 315-02S.
This is a floor lamp inspired by some lamps at Frank Lloyd Wright's home in Wisconsin he called Taliesen (Shining Brow).. The shade is cherry and rice paper and the base and stem are spruce and mahogany left over from my friend Alex's last job building a big house on Lake Champlain.
This was inspired by Deek Diedricksen’s wine bottle window from his book “Humble Homes, Simple Shacks”, his videos on You Tube and his website relaxshacks.com. He is a colorful character and outspoken in the small house movement. He also has a small house he built in Vermont out of many recycled and free materials. This lamp has three large wine bottles with three lights in the bottom section and controlled by a dimmer switch.
This lamp was inspired by some designs Frank Lloyd Wright created for his beloved home in Wisconsin he called Taliesen. I used black walnut in the base and Vermont cherry in the shade. Rice paper is the material used for the shade.