Frank Lloyd Wright Playhouse Slim Wallet


By: Acme
In 1907, industrial heir Avery Coonley founded the Cottage School on the banks of the Des Plaines River in Illinois, USA. As the school expanded, Coonley commissioned the great architect Frank Lloyd Wright to build a larger space for the students, known as the playhouse. It featured large stained glass windows, evocative of Mondrian's strict use of primary colours and geometry, and is still regarded as one of his greatest works.
It is this pattern that the Frank Lloyd Wright foundation has licensed for use by Acme on the slim wallet.

• Business card
• I.D.
• Credit cards
• Cheque book
• Paper currency

Manufactured by Acme in digitally engraved genuine leather.

Width: 8.5 cm
Length: 17.2 cm

Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright