The images in this gallery are based on the Leaded glass designs by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Inspired by the Prairie School and Arts and crafts movement, Frank Lloyd Wright used leaded glass in his buildings from 1885 – 1923. His leaded glass designs where intended to create light screens that would illuminate the interior with natural light, dashes autumnal of colour and animated by his use of line and composition.
His external window designs where often intended as a way of framing the exterior view from the interior and encouraging interaction with the landscape. Although dating from the Art Deco period the designs are incredibly versatile and look as fresh today in a contemporary building as they looked in their original setting.