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Creator Name: Swanson, David
Creator Nationality: North American; American
Creator Role: model maker
Creator Name-CRT: David Swanson
Creator Name: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Creator Role: architect
Creator Dates/Places: 1867 - 1959
Creator Name-CRT: Frank Lloyd Wright
Title: Model of the Francis W. Little House (1912-1914)
Creation Start Date: 1998
Creation End Date: 1999
Creation Date: 1998 - 1999
Object Type: Architecture
Classification Term: Architectural
Materials and Techniques: Maple, maple veneer, Plexiglas, nylon screen
Dimensions: H 8 1/2 in., W 72 11/16 in., D 41 13/16 in.
AMICA Contributor: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Owner Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
ID Number: 2000.22
Credit Line: Gift of Kenneth and Judy Dayton
Copyright: ? Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
This model illustrates in three dimensions both the complexity of Wright's design and its complete engagement with the site. (Wright always favored a building of the hill rather than on it.) The main approach to the house was on the inland side. The Institute's hallway was on the lake side, at the opposite end from the large living and music room pavilion. An adjoining hallway with small square windows connected the Institute's hallway to the master bedroom on the far right end of the house.
AMICA ID: MIA_.2000.22
Component Measured: overall
Measurement Unit: in
AMICA Library Year: 2002
Media Metadata Rights:
? The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
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