Architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s work has inspired countless home products and projects throughout the years, and we’re especially excited to share Eso Surfaces’ partnership with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Thanks to them, you now have the opportunity to bring a bit of his work into your own space in the form of 3D cement tiles and textile blocks.

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The Southern California-based family business has interpreted the geometric tiles and blocks used in four of FLW’s renowned homes located in Los Angeles: the Dr. George Ablin House, the John Stoner House, the John Storer House and the Charles Ennis House. Eso Surfaces’ The Frank Lloyd Wright Collection can be bought as single tiles or in bulk, for whatever type of display or project you might have in mind.

Eso’s stunning interpretations of Wright’s work are executed to the highest quality standards so that designers, architects and homeowners can be inspired to bring this rich legacy into homes, offices and landscapes.

– Stuart Graff, CEO, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Ablin Textile Block Courtesy of Eso Surfaces, LLC

Dr. George Ablin House Bakersfield, CA (1958) Textile Block Design Courtesy of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art / Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York) All rights reserved.

Ablin Textile Block Courtesy of Eso Surfaces, LLC

Storer Textile Block Courtesy of Eso Surfaces, LLC

John Storer House Los Angeles, CA (1923) Textile Block Design Courtesy of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art / Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York) All rights reserved.

Storer Textile Block Courtesy of Eso Surfaces, LLC

Ennis Cement Tile Courtesy of Eso Surfaces, LLC

Charles Ennis House Los Angeles, CA (1924) Textile Block Design Courtesy of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art / Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York) All rights reserved.

Ennis Cement Tile Courtesy of Eso Surfaces, LLC

Millard Cement Tile Courtesy of Eso Surfaces, LLC

Millard House “La Miniatura” Los Angeles, CA (1923) Textile Block Design Courtesy of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art / Avery

Millard Cement Tile Courtesy of Eso Surfaces, LLC

Blank Cement Tile Courtesy of Eso Surfaces, LLC

To learn more about Eso Surface’s Frank Lloyd Wright Collection of cement tiles and textile blocks, visit esosurfaces.com.