Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1935 masterpiece, Falling Waters, is a perfect example of how minding a site’s properties can seamlessly cement relationships between a new architectural structure and its existing environment. In fact, when an architect receives a new project brief, he is obligated to conduct a detailed site analysis. According to The Architect’s Handbook of […]
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