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I dunno, but I love it.
OOOH, I should SO know. My lecturer rambled on about it in one of my lectures.It's really lovely. We had to design a brooch inspired by a range of architecture similar to this.BTW love the new banner, background is still growing on me though (not sure if it flows 100%). Good job!
Franj Lloyd Wright, but I can't remember the name of it. Is it the one where that tragedy happened?
Frank... not Franj
bit of googling later...of course it's the fallingwater house. Did you know you can now get it in Lego form!!! http://gizmodo.com/5263558/lego-micro+scales-frank-lloyd-wrights-fallingwater-housewhat fun!!!
oh oh me me...i knew it was FLW too. i wouldn't have known the house name without google though :)shout it with me now - m-o-d-e-r-n-i-s-m hehheheee...
YAY my class is so smart.Fallingwater in Pensylvannia by the enigmatic and often scandalous Frank Lloyd Wright. If you'd like to read more about what is considered the most famous peice of residential architecture in the world, visit the website;http://www.fallingwater.org/
Lauren, Did you know that you can buy a Lego version of falling water (and FLW's Guggenheim) at the WA Art Gallery? Check them out. yuo'll be impressed:http://architecture.lego.com/en-us/Products/architect/21005%20-%20Fallingwater.aspxMark :-)
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