Frank Lloyd Wright Fountainhead Roller Ball
In the lush woods of Pennsylvania lies Fallingwater, the stunning summer home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1950's for the Kaufmann family, of Pittsburgh department-store fame. Cantilevered dramatically over a cascading brook, it is surely the most spectacular of Wright's avant designs. Should you tour Fallingwater, you'll note Wright's amazing talent for designing complementary furniture, artwork and decorative accents. Our line of Fountainhead roller balls and card cases draw inspiration from architectural details gracing several Wright masterpieces. Choose design when ordering: "Scottsdale" (inspired by Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa — 1929; "Des Planes" (Avery Coonley Estate on Des Planes River — 1908; "Mayan" (Charles Ennis Home, Southern CA); "Imperial" (Imperial Hotel, Tokyo — 1923); "Wright's Studio" (Oak Park, Illinois); "Aqua Rainshowers" (a set of rollerball and ballpoint from Liberty Magazine Graphics — 1927-28), or New "Loggia Gates" (From the entrance to the Guggenheim Museum).