The Kaufmann Residence — more commonly known as Fallingwater — is a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935. Located in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, the home was built partially over a waterfall and was hailed by Time magazine as Wright’s most beautiful work. Fallingwater was designated a National Historica Landmark in 1966. The design integrates the building’s natural surroundings and is listed among Smithsonian’s list of 28 places “to visit before you die”.
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