Combining the modern technology of reinforced concrete, steel and glass with native stone masonry, Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece remains a breathtaking and innovative piece of architecture that achieves a rare balance of quiet and repose. A particular aspect that once led the architect to suggest that ‘you listen to Fallingwater the way you listen to the quiet of the country.’ Here, the residence is stunningly documented through both interior and exterior, full-page colour and black and white photographs, that are accompanied by original plans and sketches from the hand of the architect. The monograph is introduced by an essay by Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, exploring the history and creation of the house.
Frank Lloyd Wright: Fallingwater
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