Since closing our doors in March of 2020, we have been hard at work implementing new measures and experiences to ensure the safety of our staff and visitors while on property.
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Frank Lloyd Wright licensed products embody the vision of America’s greatest architect.

Frank Lloyd Wright products represent refined style, through the expression of the integral relationships between the natural and the man-made, and between material and design. Whether a reproduction of his original work, or new works that are derived from Wright’s timeless ideas, designs, and architecture, all products licensed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation further the Foundation’s mission to make his work accessible to the public.


In his over a 70 year career, Frank Lloyd Wright created a modern American architecture that advances the way we build and live around the world.

More than a designer of buildings, Frank Lloyd Wright was an architect of innovative design ideas, his creations made our lives better.


Frank Lloyd Wright sitting for a sculpture in 195x at Taliesin West.


Frank Lloyd Wright licensed products are desired by people who appreciate great design and refined style.

In 1955, Frank Lloyd Wright started his licensing program partnering with design industry leaders including Schumacher (fabrics, wall paper, and rugs) and Heritage Henredon (furniture). He wanted to bring great design into every home. Since Wright’s pioneering work, the Foundation has developed a progressive licensing program embracing a broad range of products to make great design accessible.

Today, more than 50 global companies license and design products under the timeless Frank Lloyd Wright brand, selling in the U.S., Japan, and Europe.


The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation licenses Wright’s intellectual property to make it more than just historical work.

Our goal is to bring it to life through licensing partnerships that make his work accessible to all, to allow design enthusiasts to develop an intimate relationship with his designs and ideas; and to advance the way we build and live through those ideas.



If you’re a retail buyer interested in carrying the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s official licensed product in your store, please contact the sale representatives listed in the wholesale directory.



Revenues from our licensing program are invested into the preservation of his two homes, Taliesin (Wisconsin) and Taliesin West (Arizona), which are open to the public as cultural landmarks and centers for art and education. Revenues also support Foundation education programs that make Wright’s legacy available to K12 students around the U.S., educating students in science, technology, engineering, art, and math.


The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Licensing department shares the ideas towards sustainability, development, and ways of reaching new audiences, through our member affiliation with these professional organizations.


The International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association is the leading trade organization for the global licensing industry.  LIMA’s mission is to foster the growth and expansion of licensing around the world, raise the level of professionalism for licensing practitioners, and create greater awareness of the benefits of licensing to the business community at large.


WithIt, Women’s Leadership Development Network, works to encourage and develop leadership, mentoring, education and networking opportunities for professional women in the home and furnishings industries.

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