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Discussion in 'Art & Architecture' started by Val1, Apr 9, 2012.
And then in Buffalo:
and then, not Wright, but still in Buffalo:
I know this comes a little late, but then this thread has not be replied to in a year and half. The School of Architecture at Taliesin is closing.
I used to live in Western Pennsylvania, and when my mother visited from California, we both went down there. I remember really liking the style that he building was done in. It almost seemed more like something I'd see in the state of CA. One thing I found depressing was that it had to be held together seemingly by chains or pulleys or something, and that was a huge eyesore for me. But then I';m not used to going to architectural museums and other such places.
But if I ever come across that fantasy fortune and can build, say, the airpark home I have always dreamt of, I'd certainly take some cues from Fallingwater, and FLW in general.