Under the Influence: Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and Koehler House by Snow Kreilich Architects

To coincide with the publication of Ornament is Crime by our founders, Matt Gibberd and Albert Hill, we’re running a weekly feature that showcases some of the beautiful black-and-white photography from the book.

Modern houses built at different times and in different countries are pictured alongside each other, to demonstrate how the central themes of Modernism have remained remarkably consistent and still have resonance in today’s residential architecture.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pennsylvania, USA (1938)

Snow Kreilich Architects’ Koehler House, New Brunswick, Canada (2000)