Originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Freeman house built in California in 1923, where this pattern was used on concrete blocks. Concrete block offered cost savings and flexibility but were seen as an ugly and downmarket building material. Wright's vision was to use them in upscale residences with bold patterns that added character, hoping to have his block system used on a broad scale. Only 4 of these so called "textile block" houses were built.
Also check out my Ennis House Tile! http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:45567
The default STL is 145x145x11 MM but scale it as you choose. You can also scale the z axis independently to get more or less relief on the tile. A brim may be required to avoid curling at the corners.