*m. Falling Water designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935. he was born in 1867! - what an amazing mind to have timeless ideas that changed the way we look at space and live in it.

Visiting Frank Lloyd Wright's Masterpiece: Fallingwater

To see a FLW building.Falling Water designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in he was born in - what an amazing mind to have timeless ideas that changed the way we look at space and live in it.

EMCARQUITECTURA, Frank Lloyd Wright, Fallingwater

EMCARQUITECTURA, Frank Lloyd Wright, Fallingwater Using rectangle architecture whilst facing the living and balcony areas to the best views.

frank lloyd wright - SC Johnson- campus and tower

Frank Lloyd Wright’s SC Johnson Wax Complex and Research Tower

Welcome to the Seth Peterson Cottage | A 1958 Frank Lloyd Wright Masterpiece.  Wisconsin’s Mirror Lake State Park - rent for $300/night.

THE WRIGHT WAY TO LIVE: Twenty years after saving the Seth Peterson Cottage, Frank Lloyd Wright’s last design in Wisconsin is a gem with an interesting history

Frank Lloyd Wright. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York. 1959

Frank Lloyd Wright buildings to be nominated as World Heritage sites

Frank Lloyd Wright - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York - the last building of Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater

Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright. Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 43 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

Wow. I'm always amazed by Frank Lloyd Wright, (obviously Fallingwater, and Price Tower in my grandparents old haunt), but this is amazing. Seriously. Just look at it for awhile. Look at those doors and that huge tree view. Look at the lighting this room gets. Look at that wonderfully kitchy decoration and furniture! I want it all!

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I'm always amazed by Frank Lloyd Wright, this is Fallingwater. Look at it for awhile. Look at those doors and that huge tree view. Look at the lighting this room gets. Look at that wonderfully kitchy decoration and furniture!

Avery Coonley Estate. Prairie Style, Frank Lloyd Wright. Riverside, Illinois. 1907-8 (Playhouse 1912)

Geometric Front Door Everyone who enters this home is greeted by an intricate stained-glass pattern inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright-designed windows. The fresh red and blue hues fantastically complement the rich wood of this entryway.

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