01 Aug The High Life

An in-depth tour of Kentuck Knob reveals the home's subtle appeal. Finished in 1956, it's a shining example of Wright's Usonian home (i.e. small and affordable), delightful not only for its beauty but also for its utter livability. Read More (Baltimore Magazine) →...

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22 May Three Mentions: Pennsylvania Magazine

Kentuck Knob, on the other hand, feels more like a home; I could easily imagine welcoming overnight guests here. Purchased in 1985 by Lord Palumbo of London, the property was opened to the public 20 years ago. The lord and his family balance their visits...

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17 May 12 Reasons to Visit Pittsburgh This Year

What a sin to visit Pittsburgh without paying homage to two of Frank Lloyd Wright’s signature design achievements: Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob. Located in the Laurel Highlands, an hour and a half southeast of Pittsburgh and just 7.2 miles from one another, the two homes...

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