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The vacation home of Edgar J. Kaufmann is perched above Bear Run, a mountan stream in Mill Run Pennsylvania. The home, which is called Fallingwater," was design by Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright believed that "no house should ever be on any hill." It should be ofthe hill, or belonging to it, said Wright, whom was born on June 8 1867 Fallingwater with it's ledges and lots of natural stone, is like apart of the forest.

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The vacation home of Edgar J. Kaufmann is perched above Bear Run, a mountain stream in Mill Run, Pennsylvania. The home, which is called "Fallingwater," was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright believed that "no house should ever be on any hill." It should be ofthe hill, or belonging to it, said Wright, who was born on June 8, 1867. Fallingwater, with its ledges and lots of natural stone, is like a part of the forest.


Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
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06/2005