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Furniture October, 15 2008

Meyer May Writing Desk designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

Furniture is an oft forgotten segment of Frank Lloyd Wright’s design output. Often, as is the case with his tall chairs, furniture was utilized to help delineate space in open plan interiors. Other times, as we see in the above writing desk, the design was fueled by functional needs. Space for letters, and all other items needed for traditional correspondence, is neatly appointed. The design first greeted the world in 1908, and now through Cassina the Meyer May Writing desk returns.

via: Retro To Go

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