But that’s not the point.
It’s always fascinating to see a house designed by Wright because of the way his buildings interact with the surroundings.
To my mind, Falling Water outside of Pittsburgh has the most magnificent setting. Taliesen West, in the arid desert environment of Scottsdale Arizona, feels extremely hard-edged and austere despite the bright orange-painted beams and the Miami-blue pool in front. It actually feels chilly at Taliesin, even in the glaring sun.
Alas, they wouldn’t allow photographs of the interior (and the uncomfortable chairs), but here are some impressions from the outside looking in.
If geometry were a building, this would be it.