There must be some Frank LLoyd Wright fans, or model builders - or both - at The Robb Report! We were pleasantly surprised to see the publication's article highlighting several of Little Building Co's models, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim museum and Jacobs I, Wright's first Usonian home.
Besides a craft knife to remove individual parts from the sheets, "the only thing you’ll need to pick up is a reliable wood glue to hold it all together." -- The Robb Report
The article touches on Wright's storied career and notes the care that artist and Little Building Co. founder Marcus Bree has taken to create the scale models and select high quality woods and other materials "...to appear as if they could have come out of the architect’s own studio.”
Contouring on the Jacobs I Usonian house model highlights how Wright precisely placed his designs to fit into each specific site.
Thanks to The Robb Report for the nice write-up! You can read the full article here. Coincidently, it published just a few days ahead of the anniversary of Wright's birthdate, on June 8.
Thanks to Model Landmarks customer Micheal for the header image of his completed Usonian House model.