In 1952, Louis and Pauline Penfield posed a challenge to one of the most famous American architects of the time. Louis Penfield, being six-foot-eight, dared Frank Lloyd Wright - the pioneer of Prairie Style Houses, typically known for their low horizontal construction - to build him a home.
So, in 1955, Frank Lloyd Wright built the Penfield House in Willoughby Hills, Ohio.
With the use of translucent vellum, this paper-cut reproduction of one of his lesser known homes strives to capture the effortlessness in which Frank Lloyd Wright united the built home with its surrounding environment. Set in an 11 x 14 frame.