Frank Lloyd Wright in the Laurel Highlands
There are four Wright designed homes within a short driving distance of each other, and all are open for the public. Fallingwater, built in the 1930s, is one of Wright's most famous structures and exemplifies his concept of Organic Architecture. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2019. Kentuck Knob was built in the 1950s for the Hagan family with a design that combined Wright's Usonian and organic architecture elements. The two homes at Polymath Park are examples of Wright's catalog Usonian homes and were carefully moved and reconstructed at their current location.