Frank Lloyd Wright?s prolific career spanned 75 years. The most productive chapter of his career came in the post war years between 1945 and his death in 1959. His Usonian houses, designed and built in those years, were the culmination of his life long effort to make quality modern design available to the middle class. The name Usonian is of Wright?s origin, meaning of the United States of North America. The collection consists of occasional tables including coffee tables, end tables and sofa tables derived from Wright?s Mossberg House, as well as the Usonian Storage Box Ottoman. The collection is made of solid North American Cherry and available in a variety of finishes and upholstery options.