I just had the most ammmmazing trip to Pennsylvania to see Frank Lloyd Wright's famous design Fallingwater and another one of his incredible designs, Kentuck Knob. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to take pictures of the interior of either of the homes, I can just only tell you that you will have to really see it for yourself.
One of the coolest features Mr. Wright created in Fallingwater was this staircase. It begins in the open concept great room and is enclosed by large glass doors. When you open the glass, you can step down into the stream if you wish. Beyond the staircase is the waterfall.
All of the original sculptures are still intact and are clearly amazing of course.
A prime example of what Wright meant to be "organic architecture."
To the side of the front door was a fresh stream of water where the Kaufman's could wash their hands or feet from the long days of fishing or hunting. Notice the soap on a rope!
Seriously, who wouldn't want to live here?
And now, Kentuck Knob, another residence which was commissioned to Frank Lloyd Wright. A brilliant design with almost no right angles, go figure!
Check out those clerestory windows and copper roofing. Not to mention the dental molding. If I had to start describing the interiors, you would all become very confused. So you are just going to have to go see the beauty for yourself! Trust me you won't regret it!
So intrigued, I'm definitely reading Nancy Horan's book Loving Frank.