Wright Side Up
When the Kaufmann family told Frank Lloyd Wright they wanted a summer house near their favorite waterfall, their architect responded in his infamous, inimitable style: He designed the house to cantilever right over the waterfall. A rock they once liked to picnic on protruded through the living room floor to form the hearth. In this puzzle, 500 perplexing pieces form dual representations of Fallingwater, Wright's rural Pennsylvania masterpiece. One side is a breathtaking photograph of the iconic house and its dramatic site, while the other is a blueprint of its boldly modern floorplan. To help keep this house in order, the photo side is glossy, while the blueprint side is matte. Complete with an insert about Wright and Fallingwater, it makes a great pastime for any architecture lover. Made in China.