Imperial Hotel Cabaret Dinnerware 7" Round Trivet
Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is recognized world-wide as one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century. His work heralded a new thinking in architecture, using innovation in design and engineering made possible by newly developed technology and materials. His creative ability extended far beyond the border of architecture to graphic design, furniture, art glass, textiles, and decorative elements for the home.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed every aspect of his architectural commissions – from the building to the carpets, furniture, and dinnerware. For the “Cabaret” dining room of the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan (1913 – 1922, demolished 1968), Wright designed a festive pattern of brightly colored, overlapping circles that evoke images of overflowing champagne bubbles for the dinnerware.
7" diameter, Cork backed to protect furniture.
Made in the USA.
A portion of this purchase price supports the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s work to inspire people to discover and embrace an architecture for better living through meaningful connections to nature, the arts, and each other. Your purchase also supports the preservation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings for future generations to enjoy.