Many architectural historians believe that the Park Inn Hotel and City National Bank Building served as Frank Lloyd Wright's prototype for Tokyo's Imperial Hotel. The Imperial Hotel , which opened in 1923, was celebrated for withstanding the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923. However, despite surviving the earthquake and another four decades, the main building was demolished in 1968 due to urban pressures and the desire for modernization, leaving the Historic Park Inn Hotel as the last remaining Wright-designed hotel in existence. This fine-art print helps showcase some of the similarities between the two buildings, equistely printed and framed in your choice of several sizes and frame options.
Made to Order:
At Wright on the Park, we believe that thoughtful purchasing decisions can make a big impact on the environment. That's why we're proud to offer this art print, which is made for you on demand, to help reduce overproduction. Please allow 6-9 business days for production and delivery.