‘Fallingwater‘ is a house designed in 1935 by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
The home, located in rural Pennsylvania, is built over a waterfall with structures that correspond with the natural surroundings.
Strong horizontal and vertical lines are a distinctive feature of the house, contrasting with the organic shapes of the lush surrounding environment.Due to its significance, Fallingwater was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966.
The house is still open for daily tours, and this time of the year is the best time for a visit.
Check out this amazing house in all its glory through the four seasons below.