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School of Architecture and Planning Visits Fallingwater

Courtesy: Suzanne Frasier
Courtesy: Suzanne Frasier

On April 29th, the School of Architecture and Planning students and faculty took its bi-annual (sold out) bus trip to Fallingwater on a cold, windy, rainy day and had a great day!

Fallingwater, located in Mill Run, Pennsylvania, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, arguably America’s most famous architect. The house was built between 1936 and 1939 for clients, the Kaufmann family.

According to the museum’s staff, the School of Architecture and Planning students were some of the most engaged visitors they’ve had, asking pointed questions about the house, its decorative collections, and the grounds.

See you in 2016 for the next trip to Fallingwater.

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