We swung thru Pennsylvania to visit two gems by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Kentuck Knob, an example of one of his Usonian homes (affordable for the "common" person) which was built into a hillside. This residential home, built in 1956, was one of FLW's last designs.
Only 4 km, from Kentuck Knob is the iconic, Fallingwater. Designed and built in 1935, it is listed in the Smithsonian's Life List of 28 places to visit before you die. It was so impressive, I would say, see it twice before you die.
Rory McDonnell is a General Contractor, Licensed Carpenter and Architectural Designer with Build, a construction firm in Stratford, Ontario, specializing in new custom homes and renovations.
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