|Guest house plunge pool, from west.|
|The plunge pool beside the guest house uses the same materials as the main house and guest house: the stone used in the steps is the same stone used for interior and exterior walls, and the walls of the pool closely resemble those of the terraces. At the top of the photo we see just the end of a very long trellis running the length of the front of the guest house. (This is actually the longest cantilevered structure at Fallingwater.) Notice the statue to the right of the far steps.|
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|Frank Lloyd Wright designed for the psychology of the user: He saw meaning in the psychological effect his organic architecture had on people, and creatively planned his environments for the peace, mental health and happiness of people.|