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Fallingwater
Fallingwater was built over a stream

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The Houses of Frank Lloyd Wright
Perhaps Wright's most striking and successful attempt to combine structure and nature is Fallingwater, a home in Mill Run, Pennsylvania. The rectangular sections that make up the house are built over a running stream and waterfall. More than 60 years after the building was completed, it still appears modern. Have you ever seen a Frank Lloyd Wright building? Can you see his influence in any of the houses or buildings in your neighborhood?
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