I have decided to begin at the logical place of Bear Run, Pennsylvania, the famous location of Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright. This Tranquil building also gains the title of one of the most photographed houses in the word, and I think it deseverves to be.
Falling Water, 1936
Going to 1931 now, and onto another equally famous Architect Le Corbusier who created this, The Villa Savoye. This building, designed by a true giant of the Archtecture world, seems to have landed in the suburbs of Paris from space, rather then created by a man.
Villa Savoye, 1931
Back to America now, for the Lovell House, designed by Richard Neutra. This incredibly desireable building was built for Dr. Phillip Lovell for what he described as a 'demonstration helath house' and eventually featured in the film LA Confidential.
Lovell House, 1929
Staying in LA, its time for what I consider to be the defining building of the modern era, the Schindler House by Vienna born Rudolf Schindler. This house, built in 1923, for me, represents the birth of the modern Architectural movement.
Schindler House, 1923
Hopefully this post will widen peoples views and demontrate just how far back these creative geniuses forged thier ideas into liveable structures.