Ennis Textile Block - Frank Lloyd Wright - Kit
In the early 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright gave new life to the common concrete block with an innovative building system he called “textile block construction.”
With the Ennis Textile Block set from The Atom Brick, builders will construct the textile block detail from The Ennis House designed by Wright in 1923 and built by his son Lloyd in 1924. Evoking the look of a Mayan Temple, The Ennis House was the last monumental and complex of the four textile block homes Wright designed in the Los Angeles area.
Built Product Dimensions: 8" W x 6.25" L x 2.5" H
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What is the Atom brick? Atom bricks are ¾ size of standard building blocks allowing for more detail in designs.