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Exterior view of FLLW office

Exterior view of FLLW office

Drafting Room and Residence

Drafting Room and Residence

Jester/Pfeiffer House  Designed 1938  Built 1971 on the grounds of Taliesin West

Jester/Pfeiffer House Designed 1938 Built 1971 on the grounds of Taliesin West

Frank Lloyd Wright designed this house in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix in 1952 for his son, David. It was nearly demolished until two buyers seeking to preserve the home purchased it in 2012. They are now hoping to hand ownership over to a non-profit organization that can continue preservation efforts.

Frank Lloyd Wright designed this house in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix in 1952 for his son, David. It was nearly demolished until two buyers seeking to preserve the home purchased it in 2012. They are now hoping to hand ownership over to a non-profit organization that can continue preservation efforts.

FLLW Office  The roof was originally canvas

FLLW Office The roof was originally canvas

View down two Cruck marquees side by side with canvas canopy roofs at the Hay festival in 2011.

View down two Cruck marquees side by side with canvas canopy roofs at the Hay festival in 2011.

You already know Fallingwater the famous Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home located in located in the Allegheny Mountains in Southwestern Pennsylvania. But, now you can replicate the famous color palette of the historic home in your very own home, thanks to PPG Pittsburgh Paint’s Voice of Color program. The program is based on the premise that every color has an emotional association and that individuals are drawn to different colors for reasons inherently tied to their unique personalities.

PPG Pittsburgh Paint Fallingwater Color Series

You already know Fallingwater the famous Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home located in located in the Allegheny Mountains in Southwestern Pennsylvania. But, now you can replicate the famous color palette of the historic home in your very own home, thanks to PPG Pittsburgh Paint’s Voice of Color program. The program is based on the premise that every color has an emotional association and that individuals are drawn to different colors for reasons inherently tied to their unique personalities.

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