FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT – TALIESIN

Frank Lloyd Wright designed Taliesin to sit atop a hill where he once played as a child in Spring Green, Wisconsin. The estate served as a home, studio, and school for the architect and his students. The warm tones of the sandstone and oak are reflected in the furniture, accented with contrasting blue rugs and accessories. The rough hewn stones connect the interiors with the surrounding landscape, while the panoramic windows bathe the space in natural sunlight.

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT – FALLINGWATER

Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic Fallingwater in Mill Run, Pennsylvania was designed to connect uniquely with its carefully selected site. Fieldstone walls and polished rock floors can be seen throughout both the interior and exterior, while the colors chosen for interior upholstery and decor reflect the green, blue, red, and gold of the surrounding water and foliage.

LE CORBUSIER – CABANON DE VACANCES

Le Corbusier’s cabin in the French Riviera is one of the architect’s smallest structures built. While the footprint is small, the interior still contains the architects signature intersecting planes of color. The minimal interior geometry and finishes contrast sharply with the traditional rough-hewn log cabin siding on the outside.