SC Johnson Wax Corporate Buildings by F.L. Wright, Racine, WI Photos

Frank Lloyd Wright designed a complex for the SC Johnson Wax Company of Racine, Wisconsin in 1936. Also on the site is the Golden Rondelle created as the SC Johnson Pavilion at New York World's Fair (1964-5) by Lippincott & Margulies & then moved to Racine & incorporated into a new building by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation using Wright's style. Today the Golden Rondelle serves as a theater & reception center.

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SC Johnson Wax Research Tower. Racine, WI.Upper part of SC Johnson Wax Research Tower. Racine, WI.SC Johnson Wax Research Tower & Administration Building. Racine, WI.Round roof structures atop SC Johnson Wax Administration Building. Racine, WI.
SC Johnson Wax Research Tower (1936). Racine, WI. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.Upper part of SC Johnson Wax Research Tower. Racine, WI.SC Johnson Wax Research Tower & Administration Building. Racine, WI.Round roof structures atop SC Johnson Wax Administration Building. Racine, WI.
Fence & lamp stand of SC Johnson Wax complex. Racine, WI.Lines of design of SC Johnson Wax Building. Racine, WI.SC Johnson Wax Administration Building. Racine, WI.Balconies of SC Johnson Wax Administration Building. Racine, WI.
Fence & lamp stand of SC Johnson Wax complex. Racine, WI.Lines of design of SC Johnson Wax Building. Racine, WI.SC Johnson Wax Administration Building (1936). Racine, WI. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.Balconies of SC Johnson Wax Administration Building. Racine, WI.
SC Johnson Golden Rondelle & Research Tower. Racine, WI.SC Johnson Golden Rondelle was SC Johnson Pavilion at New York World's Fair. Racine, WI.SC Johnson Golden Rondelle theater & center for guest relations, moved from New York World's Fair & built into new structure. Racine, WI.SC Johnson Golden Rondelle & Wright designs of building which now incorporates it. Racine, WI.
SC Johnson Golden Rondelle & Research Tower. Racine, WI.SC Johnson Golden Rondelle was SC Johnson Pavilion at New York World's Fair (1964-5). Racine, WI. Architect: Lippincott & Margulies.SC Johnson Golden Rondelle theater & center for guest relations, moved from New York World's Fair & built into new structure. Racine, WI. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.SC Johnson Golden Rondelle & Wright designs of building which now incorporates it. Racine, WI.
Detail of Lippincott & Margulies' Golden Rondelle now at SC Johnson Wax compound. Racine, WI.Underside of Golden Rondelle at SC Johnson Wax compound. Racine, WI.Steel & Formica desk for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI by Frank Lloyd Wright & made by Steelcase, Inc., at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Steel & Formica desk for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI by Frank Lloyd Wright & made by Steelcase, Inc., at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Detail of Lippincott & Margulies' Golden Rondelle now at SC Johnson Wax compound. Racine, WI.Underside of Golden Rondelle at SC Johnson Wax compound. Racine, WI.Steel & Formica desk for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI (1936-9) by Frank Lloyd Wright & made by Steelcase, Inc., at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Steel & Formica desk for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI (1936-9) by Frank Lloyd Wright & made by Steelcase, Inc., at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed office chair for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI, at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.


Frank Lloyd Wright designed office chair (1936-9) for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI, at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.



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