Always inspired by nature, Frank Lloyd Wright loved how light filtered through a tree’s branches and leaves to create unique patterns that changed throughout the day.Throughout his life, Wright endeavored to bring those geometric plays of light and shadow into the spaces he designed. These were exhibited in his art glass and later with perforated board in his Usonian homes. Today using the most modern equipment available we capture the artistry and precision of these architectural elements in Laser Cut Woodworking pieces.Each AlaModerna laser cut item starts out the same: as a large sheet of cherry veneered MDF with a durable and long lasting UV coating. Application tape is applied to the material to protect it from scuffs, scratches and burning during the laser cutting process. Depending on the complexity and size of the piece, the material is cut out or engraved by the laser machine from anywhere between a matter of seconds to a couple of hours. After the piece is cut out, the application tape is then removed, and it moves to the next stage of completion. Some items take a short trip from beginning to end, while others take many more steps before reaching their final home. Intricate pieces such as votive holders, lightboxes and night lights require delicate tooling and assembly procedures, whereas trivets and wall elements get a final inspection and are promptly packaged. Regardless of how each laser item starts and finishes, every piece will bring lasting joy and excitement to your home.