DS Ennis Textile Block Atom Brick Model
In the early 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright gave new life to the common concrete block with an innovative building system he called “textile block construction.” The Ennis House was designed by Wright in 1923 and built by his son, Lloyd, in 1924. Evoking the look of a Mayan Temple, the Ennis House was the last monumental and complex of the four textile block homes Wright designed in the Los Angeles area.
This buildable model recreates the textile block used to construct the home.
Dimensions: 8" x 6.25" x 2.5"
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