Fallingwater Gates on eBay

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Fallingwater Gates on eBay

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A gate for Fallingwater was designed by Wright, but never built. In the early 1990s, landscape designer and Fallingwater consultant, George Longenecker modified the Wright design to accommodate its use at the entry of the now public site and to allow it to fit gracefully into the Fallingwater landscape. The gates were installed in 1995 and used for nearly a decade to welcome over a million visitors. In 2004, the entrance was reconfigured again and the gates were removed.



Constructed of galvanized steel, stainless steel hinge bars and pins, and painted in Fallingwater

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