Fallingwater, Pennsylvania
Fallingwater, Pennsylvania

Natural elements like a waterfall or tree inside the house accentuates the essence of biophilia

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater is built on "a definite masonry form", and for the terraces it's a reinforced-concrete structure.

The architect's admiration for Japanese architecture was taken as inspiration for this house.

The building’s windows, unobstructed by curtains or shades, were critical to Wright’s design concept.

The beauty of the entire structure is seen in their extensions towards nature, done with long cantilevered terraces.

The most remarkable aspect of the house is the way how artificial construction appears to fit so closely into the natural environment.