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#119 - Architectural Adventures Part Two

Archispeak continues their summer vacation as we visit Fallingwater in part two of our architectural adventures.

Photo by Cormac Phalen

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Photo by Cormac Phalen

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Links

  1. Cormac Phalen on Instagram
  2. Frank Lloyd Wright | Wikipedia
  3. Fallingwater (Website) | Fallingwater (Wikipedia)
  4. Fallingwater (animation)
  5. Fallingwater from Cristóbal Vila on Vimeo

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Photo by Cormac Phalen

Music

The music for this episode is Run by System Kid. You can buy their music on iTunes. Support the band!

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