These lectures are free and open to members of The Commonwealth Society. They are from 12-1pm.
Three Frank Lloyd Wright Houses in 28 Hours:
Friday, May 15 – Saturday, May 16
Beginning with the Pope-Leighey House, a Wright Usonian design in Fairfax County, on the first day, we will continue after a picnic lunch by motor coach to the Laurel Highlands of western Pennsylvania. On day two we will visit Kentuck Knob, a handsome Wright-designed private residence (which includes a stunning outdoor display of modern and contemporary sculpture). After lunch at Kentuck Knob, we will travel a short distance to Fallingwater, the 1940 residential masterwork of our nation’s most important architect.
Edwin Slipek, instructor
$450 Includes bus transportation (large bus with restroom), hotel, architectural lectures with Eddie, and admission to sites. Does not include meals. 20 people needed for trip. Bus can hold 44 people.