AIA Celebrates Fallingwater

The American Institute of Architects has a page commemorating the 75 anniversary of Fallingwater.

The page is a hub for the AIA’s coverage of the landmark — there’s an interview with Lynda Waggoner (and an excerpt from her book), a portion of an essay by Edgar Kuafmann, Sr. and an interactive graphic about the repairs needed to preserve the building (which, of course, lead other to produce an episode of The Idiot Train on how flaws in a vacation cottage that outlived the clients by decades is somehow cosmically echoes the flaws of the architect (though clearly the result of great thought because the writer used the word “doxology”)).

Also on the page, though unjustly subordinated, are a few links to items related to Taliesin’s 100th.