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Model: Falling Water

Frank Lloyd Wright. (American, 1867-1959). Fallingwater, Edgar J. Kaufmann House, Mill Run, Pennsylvania. 1934-37. Acrylic, wood, metal, expanded polystyrene, and paint.

Permanent Collection MoMA

Sunday, May 25th, 2008

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8 Responses to
“Model: Falling Water”

  1. Lucy Says:

    Can i buy the wright house model 1867-1959

  2. Lucy Says:

    Are this model for sale?

  3. zj Says:

    is this for sale

  4. hamdan Says:

    Can i buy the wright house model ?

  5. Fallingwaters Says:

    This model is for sale, but it is very expensive $6900. I posted the makers link in the URL section.


    I built that model in the photograph in 1980 for MoMA. It is part of their permanent collection and I doubt very much that it is for sale. The cost of building that model was very high and its worth is certainly more than $6900. At that price they would be giving it away.The model cost more than the actual cost of building the house. It is fully detailed inside including furniture. I wrote a book about its construction called “Fallingwater The Model” published by Rizzoli. Anyone posing as a seller or who might represent a “seller” should be viewed with great scrutiny.

  7. LT. Dave Says:

    Still another one looking to purchase the model? any feedback???
    Lt. Dave

  8. Ivy Chen Says:

    i want to buy this model but is it S1:100? and $6900. is US dallors?

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