Falling Water: Frank Lloyd Wright's Masterpiece
A globally acclaimed house built by Frank Lloyd Wright is now more accessible to the public.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum New York, NY Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright The museum opened in 1959 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater
Taken on a rainy, misty day from the standard viewpoint, but sadly without a tripod.
Taliesin West, a Frank Lloyd Wright house in Scottsdale, Arizona. Follow the link to see all of our photos taken in Arizona Follow the link to read about our dayhikes and backpack trips in Arizona To see more photos of the great places we have been check out our photo collections To read about the other great places we have been go to www.panafoot.com
Ron Blunt is an award-winning architectural photographer with 30 years in the industry of architecture, interior design, and landscape photography. With bases in Washington, DC and South Florida, Ron works worldwide serving top architects, interior designers, iconic brands, and the world's best hotels and luxury resorts.
The Heller House
Hyde Park, IL Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright Erected: 1897 When Lloyd Wright designed the Heller House in 1896, it marked his move away from styles that were popular into an era of geometric and highly modern designs. Wright's design exhibits the influence of Wright's mentor, Louis Sullivan, and demonstrates Wright's move towards Prairie School homes which would epitomize much of his early work. Sullivan's influence can also be seen in the floral pattern of the Richard Bock plaster…