Barrel World Globe by Replogle
This globe stand is an adaptation of one of the most universally recognized furniture designs found in the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation archives. It is a modified version of the famous "Barrel Chair" originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903 and modified for his personal use at "Taliesin" in Spring Green, Wisconsin and for Herbert F. Johnson for his home "Wingspread" in Racine, Wisconsin in 1937.
Frank Lloyd Wright's overall concept for his buildings included the integration of the furniture and decorative objects. Replogle Globes is honored to produce a new line of globes adapted from select Wright drawings and concepts, chosen by Replogle and authorized by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.