Frank Lloyd Wright: Revolutionary Contributions to Modern Architecture
Join experts in the Laurel Mountains to immerse yourself in the works of Frank Lloyd Wright as you explore three of his most iconic designs, including a private visit of Fallingwater.
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Program No. 1885RJ
5 days
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Frank Lloyd Wright is considered by some to be the greatest American architect. Explore the many facets of his contributions to modern architecture in discussions with experts representing three Wright-designed houses in this region. Step inside these exquisite homes to compare and contrast them while you consider the 75-year career of the architect, a working life that spanned two world wars.
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On Your Feet
Moderate walking and standing on each of the field trips. Morning lectures followed by afternoon field trips to the houses to experience them as works of art. There are approximately 100 stairs to negotiate at Fallingwater.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Visit Fallingwater, Wright's best essay on the harmony between architecture and nature.
  • Admire a superb example of Wright’s organic architecture at Kentuck Knob, a private residence blending impeccably with its surroundings.
  • At Duncan House, marvel at the fascinating story of this home’s journey from Illinois to Pennsylvania.
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Julia Tidwell
Julia leads learning adventures through Fallingwater and also participates in other educational programs. She holds an undergraduate degree in interdisciplinary arts from The San Francisco Art Institute and a Masters in Interior Architecture from Chatham University. Her other interests include snowboarding, scuba diving, traveling, and film.
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