Friday, August 26, 2011

Friday's Architecture Moment

Fallingwater Witold Rybczynski explains the enduring appeal of Fallingwater through a series of slides:

Fallingwater is a house of theatrical effects, but one of its charms is that there is no backstage. Whether you are on the stair going down to the water, sitting on one of the six outdoor terraces, or walking along the driveway (left), the house is integrated with its woodland setting. The three massive beams sitting on—or is it in?—the moss-covered boulder, support the terrace that leads off Edgar Kaufmann’s bedroom.

Steve Clowney

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