Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright. Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 43 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
In the hallway of a Toronto renovation, a set of sliders shows off a mix of influences from shoji to Schindler, with multitoned wood reflecting the sunlight. Photo by Juliana Sohn. Photo by: Juliana Sohn
The Charnely-Persky House is a distinct departure from the popular design motifs of the 1890s and a collaboration between architect Louis Sullivan and his young apprentice Frank Lloyd Wright. It clearly illustrates how the pair rejected the historically-inspired details commonly used during the Victorian era.