Made in collaboration with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Brizo’s latest bath suite is inspired by the late architect’s visionary designs and brings a timely injection of art nouveau to the bathroom. Today we are taking a minute to talk about this newest addition to Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy.
Is this your future style calling? The entire Frank Lloyd Wright collection by Brizo is available through TradeConnect by Studio41.
Who was Frank Lloyd Wright?
Frank Lloyd Wright was born June 8, 1867 and is still known as one of America’s most well-known architects, even recognized in 1991 as “The Greatest American Architect of All Time” by the American Institute of Architects. Hailed as the father of the American Art Deco movement, Wright’s designs emphasize a connection with the Earth and attention to organic detail.
This collaboration with Wright’s Foundation adds to Brizo’s history of innovating with top industry names in order to push the envelope of what is expected in the fixture design space. The collection is also extremely timely as Art Deco sensibilities are in vogue for home and interior design right now.
Wright designed over 1000 structures, including many homes in the Chicago area that can still be seen today.The faucets embody Wright’s Six Principles of Organic Architecture; Belonging, Simplicity, Individuality, Palette, Substance, and Integrity, staying true to the architect’s legacy.
The collection is available in a refined selection finish options, with the wood versions only available with polished or brushed nickel. For a version without the guyana teak wood, the metal only versions are available in chrome, polished/brushed nickel, and brushed steel.
The narrow finish options keep the art nouveau sensibility clear in all versions of the spouts and set this collection apart from other premier bathroom fixtures. Like almost all of Brizo’s products, the collection boasts solid brass construction.
The most striking and accessible entry in the collection might be the single-lever lavatory faucet. The signature wood look also has what Brizo describes as “a cantilevered spout with avant-garde water flow.”
A CANTILEVERED SPOUT WITH AVANT-GARDE WATER FLOW.
By staying true to the principles of the design, the collection is perfect for those looking for unique, art nouveau sensibilities in their master bath or powder rooms. There is undoubtedly a timeless class to these fixtures that will keep their appeal for many years to come.
The faucet has a notably elegant side spout that sets the collection apart without sacrificing any usability or practicality and is complete with a hidden water-efficient, laminar flow aerator and premium ceramic cartridge. A similar look is available in the wall-mount single-handle faucet and the widespread lavatory faucet.
Another highlight of the collection is the raincan shower, complete with wood accents and a built-in light that evokes mid-century modern feel in the shower. The showerhead comes with Brizo’s Touch-Clean nozzles for easy cleaning and Canopy single spray setting, and has coordinating shower control trim for a cohesive look.
The Frank Lloyd Wright collection also contains floor, deck, and wall mount tub fillers for other bathing areas, which continue the signature designs. The tub fillers come with a handshower with a full rotation holder and a stretchable finished metal hose.
The collection is completed by matching accessories available in the same finish and with the series’s signature Guyana teak wood.
The collection is a stand out for the 2022 lineup fo new products, with a unique sensibility and forms we don’t often see in the bath space. What do you think of Brizo’s new collection?
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