Falling Water Interactive Tours

Falling Water Interactive Tours Columbia University's Media Center for Art History, Archaeology and Historic Preservation has created this interactive look at one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most acclaimed works, "Falling Waters." The site, currently in beta version, lets users elect one of four areas
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Falling Water Interactive Tours


Columbia University's Media Center for Art History, Archaeology and Historic Preservation has created this interactive look at one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most acclaimed works, "Falling Waters." The site, currently in beta version, lets users elect one of four areas to view from the floor plan and then see it in 360 degrees.

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