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Sunday, May 24, 2009

Today's archidose #315


falling water, originally uploaded by ferrda.

Fallingwater (aka the Edgar J. Kaufmann Sr. Residence) in Bear Run, Pennsylvania by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1934.

For those who can't visit the house in Pennsylvania or see the large-scale model in the exhibition now at the Guggenheim in New York, a LEGO kit is coming soon.

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2 comments:

  1. I had seen this house on television a while back. I sold a Frank Lioyd Wright house about 12 years ago. It actually got knock down for a development. It was in a beautiful location on a edge of a hill, not dramatic like this picture, but a great spot on a 4 acre lot.

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  2. Who in their right mind would knock down a FLW house for a development? Idiots.

    I visited falling water a couple years ago and it blew me away. I had of course seen hundreds of images of it throughout my education but it is truly stunning in person. An amazingly curated building and pristine NE landscape. Wonderful.

    -Lucas Gray
    www.talkitect.com

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