Kentuck Knob, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Other Pennsylvania House
Where Fallingwater is grand, Kentuck Knob is intimate. Fallingwater dramatically bridges a mountain stream while Kentuck Knob, situated just below the crest of a hill, stands 2,050 feet above sea level. Designed on a hexagonal module, Kentuck Knob is an example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian houses, meant to be affordable for the average American.
Please note: Claes Oldenburg’s Apple Core, referenced in the article, is undergoing restoration.