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The iconic falling water by frank Lloyd wright during a winter wonderland, beautiful

"The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes" - FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT - (Falling Water Kaufman Residence in Bear Run, Pennsylvania designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, circa - Snow Version -

Usonia by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1950

Reisley House / 44 Usonia Road, Pleasantville, NY / 1951 / Usonian / Frank Lloyd Wright -- The original house, built in had one bedroom, a study and a kitchen and a total of square feet . Wright returned five years later to design a addition.

Waterfall House - In 1935, architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed this incredible house (Fallingwater) that re-ignited his architectural career. It’s a home that presents an architecture conforming to nature.

25 Of The Most Unique Homes You'll Ever See

Fallingwater miniature model at MRRV, Carnegie Science Center - Fallingwater - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935.

Frank Lloyd Wright Style House - The water adds great dimension the the architecture seen here. The rill seems come out of the house. The color of the house is similar to the color of the trees and makes it becomes one part of the the forest.

Talli. West Frank Lloyd Wright.

Taliesin West is Frank Lloyd Wright's Wright’s beloved winter home and desert laboratory in Scottsdale, AZ.

Frank Lloyd Wright, "Fallingwater", constructed 1936-39, Bear Run Creek in Mill Run, PA.

Frank Lloyd Wright, "Fallingwater", constructed Bear Run Creek in Mill Run, PA. Staircase to the stream from inside Fallingwater

What if we told you that you can own a 10-acre private island—with not one, but two houses? And get this: One of the houses was actually designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and the other was inspired by his drawings. If you've got $14.92 million, this slice of architecturally-iconic paradise could be yours.

Video: Here's Your Chance to Buy a Frank Lloyd Wright House--On Your Very Own Private Island

What if we told you that you can own a 10-acre private island—with not one, but two houses? And get this: One of the houses was actually designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and the other was inspired by his drawings. If you've got $14.92 million, this slice of architecturally-iconic paradise could be yours.

Via _roomonfire Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic Fallingwater

Via _roomonfire Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic Fallingwater

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