Continuing our celebration of Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th birthday this week, we're delving into the history of Fallingwater, the admired holiday home that the architect built on a waterfall, which was named the "best all-time work of American architecture". More
Dezeen Wire: a series of summer camps are to take place this year at Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania to teach skills in architectural problem-solving to high-school pupils and school-leavers hoping to study architecture at university.
Led by architects, the seven-day-long camps will involve drawing and model-making workshops, as well as lessons in Wright's principles for architecture. More details on the Fallingwater website.
See a lego model of the house here and designs for six cottages in the surrounding nature reserve here. A movie about the life of Frank Lloyd Wright is currently in production - read more about it here.