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 Iredurbio2
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I am really looking forward to a trip to Bartlesville O K too see the only highrise FLLW ever had built.Then to Bear run P A to see a house that was truly ahead of its time and that tour is two days with a brunch at the house on the last.both will be at the end of september.Part of the 19 story high rise are hotel rooms from the original apartments .
 LiliMarleen
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Posted: 9/1/2013 9:26:21 AM
There's another FLW house close to Falling Water. At the time I visited it, which, admittedly was about 15 years go, it was owned by an English lord who collected houses by famous architects. It was, however, open to the public.

It's much smaller than Falling Water, which I found interesting, because it was easy to actually imagine myself living there.

And there was a fabulous art collection inside. I remember there being a Warhol over the bed in the master bedroom.

Maybe you'll get a chance to visit that one, too!

Have fun! Falling Water is amazing!
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Posted: 12/2/2013 2:49:39 PM
Kansas City has the Community Christian Church at 46th and Main and it was designed by FLW. I've been inside and I have to say, I don't get it. It doesn't seem like anything special but what do I know. They did get the light steeple (he designed it originally but it was never made/ installed) a few years ago. You can see it for miles, including from my back yard, and that is interesting. TC
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