Tuesday, September 12, 2017 from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM EDT
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LOCATION CHANGE: Depart Capital City Mall 
3506 Capital City Mall Drive
Camp Hill, PA 17011

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Jeff Wolfe 
NKBA Susquehanna Valley Chapter 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT:  www.susvalnkba.org

September Special Event

 Please plan to join us for a special

Day Trip to Frank Lloyd Wright's Kentucky Knob and Fallingwater


Frank Lloyd Wright is one of the most renowned modern architects. He has changed the way we build and the way we live. He designed 1,114 architectural works of all types (532 of which were realized) creating some of the most innovative spaces in the United States. His career spanned seven decades before his death in 1959, but his visionary work cemented his place as the American Institude of Architects' "greatest American architect of all time."

"We are all here to develop a life more beautiful, more concordant, more fully expressive of our own sense of pride and joy than ever before in the world.."


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Please join the Susquehanna Valley Chapter of the NKBA in an exciting tour of two famous Frank Lloyd Wright homes in Pennsylvania: Kentucky Knob and Fallingwater. It will be a day of architectural and design inspiration.

Your registration includes bus transportation, breakfast, lunch, dinner and tour tickets.

$40 for members / $50 for non-members / $30 for students

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Day-trip travel schedule

7:00 a.m. - depart Harrisburg East Mall; breakfast provided on bus

10:30 a.m. - arrive at Kentucky Knob

12:30 p.m. - arrive at Fallingwater

Lunch provided at Fallingwater Cafe

3:30 p.m. - depart Fallingwater; dinner provided on bus

7:00 p.m. - arrive Harrisburg East Mall

About Kentucky Knob, Chalkhill, PA

Wright nestled the crescent-shaped Usonian house into the side of the hill and oriented it to catch the best light throughout the day. Kentucky Knob’s materials—native sandstone, Tidewater Red Cypress and a copper hipped roof—further merge the structure with its surroundings. Bernardine Hagan described the Kentucky Knob experience as truly being at one with nature. In 1986, having lived in the house for over thirty years, the Hagans sold Kentucky Knob to Lord and Lady Palumbo of London.

About Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA

Fallingwater is Wright’s crowning achievement in organic architecture and the American Institute of Architects’ “best all-time work of American architecture.” Its owners, Edgar and Liliane Kaufmann, were a prominent Pittsburgh couple, reputed for their distinctive sense of style and taste. Wright recognized that his clients wanted something that would celebrate the landscape of their favorite country hideaway in an innovative way. Determined to build over the stream that punctuated the property, Wright remarked that rather than simply look out at it, he wanted the Kaufmanns “to live with the waterfall…as an integral part of [their] lives.”

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