Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater in Pennsylvania

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America’s Finest Piece of Architecture

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater is a National Historic Landmark, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most famous works of architecture in the United States. Located in Mill Run, Pennsylvania, the house was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935.

The architectural marvel is named after the waterfall that it was built over, and is considered one of Wright’s greatest works. Built on top of a series of terraces that follow the contours of the waterfall, it features large windows and cantilevered balconies that offer breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. The interior of the house is characterized by its open floor plan, with the living, dining, and kitchen areas all connected in one continuous space.

While it was originally conceived as a living quarter for the Kaufmann family of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Fallingwater is today open to the public and offers guided tours of the house and grounds, having become a popular destination for architecture enthusiasts over the years.

A miniature replica of Fallingwater can also be observed at the The Miniature Railroad & Village in Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Science Center.

1491 Mill Run Rd, Mill Run, PA 15464

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