Kaufman House of Frank Lloyd Wright Essay by The Research Group

Kaufman House of Frank Lloyd Wright
Examines architectural features & significance of PA structure also known as Fallingwater.
# 13699 | 1,125 words | 4 sources | 1999 | US
Published on Jun 30, 2003 in Architecture (Buildings) , Architecture (General)

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"Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the visionary architects of this century, and he developed a number of homes with an organic relationship to the site where they were to be built. Wright had an organic vision of architecture and of its relation to the time in which it was practiced as well, as can be seen from a statement he made in 1940:

Architecture is beginning, always beginning. It was not made by the Greeks nor by the Romans. It wasn't even made in the Georgian Period. It is something that has to be made afresh all the time, as life, as growth changes.

One of the works that secured considerable attention was known as "Fallingwater."
Wright experienced many ups and does in his career. After.."

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