The most famous of Frank Lloyd Wright's many houses.
If you look closely at the top of the picture you can see where two panes of glass meet (a finevertical
white line) at right angles; these seamless right corners are among the wonders ofthe house.
The lid of this cast-iron kettle weighs 37 pounds; when the kettle
was swung over the fire thepaint burned off.
Behind the chair you can see how beautifully the glass and steel join the stone masonry.
In the bedrooms
From the falls side
These carved patterns are unique to the house, as are the patterns in the windows along the frontside of the house.
You aren't allowed to photograph much!