ACME Studio's Robie House Rollerball Pen captures the bold structure of the Robie House, which is a U.S. National Historic Landmark in Chicago's Hyde Park. Designed and built between 1908 and 1910 by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the house was designed and built for businessman Frederick Robie. The building is renowned as a masterpiece of the Prairie style (the first architectural style that was uniquely American) and renowned as a forerunner of modernism in architecture.
Inscribed on the pen cap's band, just below the pen clip, you will find FLW's signature. Lightweight and well crafted, the pen rests comfortably in your hand and the non-drying, fine point glides smoothly across any page. The pen arrives in a lined metal carrying case with a story card including Wright's biography. A perfect gift ready to give, although once you see it you might just want to keep it for yourself.
- Snap On/Off Cap
- Black Ink
- Screen-Printed Design
- Brass Body w/ Hand-Applied Lacquer
- Wright's Signature Imprinted on Silver Cap Band
- ACME Imprint on Silver Clip