Synopsis by Nathan Southern
The structure constitutes an architectural legend: Frank Lloyd Wright's Kaufmann House, built in 1935 in Mill Run, Pennsylvania - over a running stream. The house embodied Wright's attempt to bring mankind closer to nature, a concept he referred to as "Organic Architecture." The documentary release Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater carries audience members on a tour of this property and discusses its various components and its importance in the scope of Wright's career.
architecture, country-home, house, integration, nature, stream