Lloyd Wright designed FALLINGWATER,the house located in Bear Run,Pennsylvania,in
1937. . The section of the house that extends over a natural waterfall (shown
here) exemplifies Wright’s belief that a building’s form should be
determined by its environment. The contrasts in the textures and colours of
natural stone, concrete, and painted metal on the building’s exterior are
characteristic of Wright’s innovative style.
CENTRAL PARK NEW YORK is the largest and most important public park in Manhattan.It occupies an area of 840 acres. It was one of the first parks to be developed using landscape architecture techniques. In was designed by architect Andrew Jackson Downing.
MALL,looking east toward
the Capitol Washington,D.C.
The Colorado River in Marble Canyon at the northeastern end of Grand Canyon National Park,