Fallingwater

Fallingwater

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The most famous house in the United States is located about a 90-minute drive from Pittsburgh, on a rocky hill in the desolate woods of southwestern Pennsylvania. For the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the requirement of “waterfalls” was a turning point in his career. Frank Lloyd Wright has succeeded in his subsequent work and will continue to introduce original designs that are not ashamed of the “greatest architect in the world”.

It has been owned by the Western Pennsylvania Nature Reserve since 1963 and is now operated as a museum. A summer camp has been held since 2012 to teach high school students and wanderers who want to study architecture at university about architectural problem solving skills. Accommodation for these residents was recently completed nearby.