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Lake Geneva Hotel, Lake Geneva, WI (1911) (S.171)
 
Lake Geneva Hotel Art Glass Windows
 
 
1: Detail of the Lobby art glass skylight.  This design is consistent with the row of lower windows in the Lobby.  Photographed by Richard Nickel 1967.
 
1a: Roofing the front lobby and drenching it with multicolored light was a stained glass skylight designed by Wright himself. Photograph by Lynn Anderson 1959-1960.  From “No Rooms Available”.
 
2: Detail of the Lobby windows.  The upper row of "Tulip" and lower row of art glass windows.  The design of the lower windows are consistent with the skylight in the Lobby.  Photographed by Richard Nickel 1967.
 
2a: The hotel lobby’s banks of leaded-glass casement windows opened to a view of the front terrace and the lake. Photograph by Lynn Anderson 1959-1960. (The big outside globe was not an original Wright artifact.)  From “No Rooms Available”.
 
2b: Lobby windows seen from the outside. Oak beams and trellises and flowers in the window-pots gave a warm rustic touch to the front entrance of the famous hotel. Photograph by Lynn Anderson 1959-1960.  From “No Rooms Available”.
 
3: Detail of the upper row of art glass "Tulip" windows in the Lobby.  Photographed by Richard Nickel 1967.
 
4: Detail of the second floor windows.  Photographed by Richard Nickel 1967.
 
5: Exterior view.  Exterior view of the upper art glass windows and the Lobby art glass windows.
 
6: Decorative “Light Pole” Base.  The decorative “light pole” base with built in art glass.
 
7: Frank Lloyd Wright Art Glass.  Lake Geneva Inn.  Mr. Wright designed the Lake Geneva Art Glass to make a natural transition from the inside and outside. Wright named the "Tulip" design because of the flower shape pattern in the center.  Oakbrook Esser Studios.
 
 
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