Clerestory Corner Lamp Plans

Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired

Clerestory Corner Lamp Plans

Frank Lloyd Wright used the clerestory windows to great advantage in his Usonian period houses with a continuous band of windows at the top of a wall immediately below the ceiling line, giving the ceiling the illusion of floating above the wall.
Wright often placed perforated panels in the clerestory windows both for decorative and structural purposes. The panel designs were geometric abstractions of designs he observed in nature and enlivened the interior spaces with their movement of light and shadow.
The Clerestory Corner Lamp turns the idea of Wright’s clerestory windows on end, with a vertical interpretation of one his signature design elements.

The finished lamp is 7 1/4″ x 7 1/4″ x 32″

The 27 page plan set with 4 page full size pattern in PDF format is available for instant download.


What you get:

27 pages of step-by-step instructions with full
color photos and illustrations for:

  • Clerestory Corner Lamp Plans
  • Full Size Lamp Face Pattern
  • Source for the laminated rice paper shade material