Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pennsylvania – 2013
Frank Lloyd Wright was an architect working primarily in the International Style which came to be known as Modernism. His philosophy, which he called organic architecture called for structures to be designed is harmony with humanity and its environment. In 2013 I visited two of his residential projects. One of these was the Kaufmann Residence, but which is more commonly known simply as Fallingwater. There are a number of trails that allow for various perspectives of the structure. I felt this vantage point, found through a sort of window formed by the trees, showcased many of the important design elements of the structure and surrounding environment. I suppose it should though. It happens to be the most commonly photographed perspective of the house.
Image size: 6.5 x 8 inches
Total print size: 8.5 x 11 inches
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