Fallingwater (PA) – June 2014

Fallingwater, the house designed and built about 40 miles east of Pittsburgh by Frank Lloyd Wright for Edgar Kaufmann in 1935 is a stunning example of form and function that blends into the environment.


Pictures are not allowed inside the home, but the tour is fascinating, and the design of the interior and exterior of the house is superb. What is particularly amazing is that this architecture set up Frank Lloyd Wright’s career when he was 67 years old. He went on to create some 200 additional structures after that, including the Guggenheim Museum in New York City.

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