Fallingwater was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 for the Kaufmann family.
The house is built over a waterfall in rural southwestern Pennsylvania.
Fallingwater is considered one of the most famous examples of organic architecture in the world.
The house is constructed from locally quarried sandstone, reinforced concrete, and glass.
Fallingwater was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966.
Fallingwater has a total floor area of approximately 5,300 square feet. Costing roughly $2.8 million in today’s dollars.
Guided tours of the house and grounds are available throughout the year, allowing visitors to explore the different levels and spaces of the house
Fallingwater is a true masterpiece of modern architecture, and a must-see destination for anyone interested in design, innovation, and natural beauty.