Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater iPad App

Screenshot via itunes

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater has joined a rapidly growing list of interactive apps catered to architects and architecture fanatics. Brought to you by planet architecture, you may now explore the iconic 1930’s Pennsylvania home right from your media device. Get a behind-the-scenes tour through hundreds of photographs, floor plans, archival drawings, VR panoramas and over 25 minutes of video clips from the documentary film “’s Fallingwater”. As architecture continues to join the interactive world of apps, we cannot wait to see which architect or project will be next! Learn about the Zaha Hadid Architects app here.

Continue after the break for more screenshots and video.

Screenshot via itunes
Screenshot via itunes
Screenshot via itunes
Screenshot via itunes

You may purchase the Fallingwater app for $9.99 on the itunes website here.

Reference: planet architecture, itunes, Archinect

Cite: Rosenfield, Karissa. "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater iPad App" 29 Dec 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 28 May 2015. <>
  • Mohinder

    Too expensive!

  • rok

    nice, but $9.99?

  • pinkpotato

    At first I thought $9.99 was on the high side for an app because most apps are worth only $0.99. I’m a big Wright fan so I had to get it. And WOW was I surprised.This is not a game or one of those silly apps. For the incredible depth of first rate content and well designed interactivity it offers–this is a bargain!

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  • ArchProff

    For the price of 2 cups of coffee you get something better than any coffee table book, cheaper and with interactive screens.
    Reviews on just prices are ridiculously one dimensional.