Unity Temple Architectural Sculpture
Unity Temple was Frank Lloyd Wright's first major public building and remains one of the most significant buildings of his illustrious career. Its revolutionary design laid the groundwork for modern buildings to come. Unity Temple was one of the first monumental buildings to be comprised entirely of poured in place, exposed concrete—normally reserved for factories and warehouses.
The building has been a United States National Historic Landmark since 1971, and is considered to be one of the first modern buildings in the world. Its influence has inspired thousands of architects the world over including Mies Van Der Rohe and Frank Gehry.
Materials: Plaster, metal etching
Dimensions: 4.5 x 11.5 x 4 inches
About the Artists
Robert and Gavin Paisley, brothers and architecture enthusiasts, make up Chisel & Mouse, where their mission is to bring great architecture into your living room. They combine traditional sculpting, molding and casting with CAD and 3D printing to produce each architectural model.
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