Fallingwater House


If I were to travel to Pennsylvania, I might see a ….

#doodlewashApril2022 prompt: House.

Did you know that Fallingwater, a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935, is built over a waterfall? It’s now a museum with the original artwork and furniture that was designed by Wright specifically for the house.

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9 thoughts on “Fallingwater House

  1. This is amazing, Sandra~I love it! FLW would approve! I watched a whole documentary on this house and its restoration to a museum. Such an amazing architect, who changed our way of thinking, moving nature and natural forms right in through the front door and the windows. Nothing “imposing” but organic.

  2. I love your Falling Water house. I would love to actually see it in person, but I’m afraid that I will be stuck in the western US in this life. I absolutely love all of the places that FLW designed. Such a wonderful and innovative artist.

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