The design of this Decorative HVAC Grille Cover is adapted from the Concrete Blocks featured throughout the Storer House in the Hollywood Hills, CA. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923 as one of four textile-block houses built in Southern California, the now iconic Storer House was an experiment in modular construction incorporating stacked blocks tied together with steel rods. Frank Lloyd Wright saw the "Textile Block System" as a modern expression of his ideal organic architecture style.
Every design within the Frank Lloyd Wright® Signature Decorative Grille Collection is fabricated using post-consumer 94% recycled aluminum, and available in a variety of finishes/powder coat colors and industry sizes that will suit the desired air flow distribution needs in any residential or commercial application.
Screw holes and screws are provided for mounting/installation.
Inspiration: Storer House, Hollywood Hills, CA (1923)
Powder Coat Colors: White Gloss, White Matte, Black Gloss, Black Matte, Antique Bronze (this is the finish, not material)
Material Thickness: ⅛”
Pattern Dimension: 2.5313” x 2.4642" pattern - 40% open area
*post-consumer 94% recycled aluminum
A portion of the proceeds of this product supports the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation's conservation and education program.
®/TM/© 2017, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. All Rights Reserved.
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Resources: For Fastening + Mounting Methods - refer to "Perforated Grilles"
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