Falling Water

In high school, I remember writing about the architect Frank Lloyd Wright. His work was extremely impressive and I loved how he practiced organic architecture. This was the empassis on the union between art and nature. When creating Fallingwater, he refused to remove a tree that was a part of the landscape. He instead found a way to build around the piece of nature, making the project much harder than necessary.

Today it is a museum that is visited by more than 5 million visitors since 1964 when it was opened to the public. I would personally love to visit this building as I have wrote a lot about the architect in high school. It would be amazing to see one of his most famous works with my own eyes.

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