In Hoffman's book, Architectural Forum staffer George Nelson remembers: ''There is no doubt in my mind that for Wright the Kaufmann house was one of his great favorites. . . . For Wright, Edgar Kaufmann was one of his truly great and favorite clients, and as far as I am concerned, this high regard was well placed. Kaufmann was a true merchant prince, a man of great personal power, full of what we have come to call charisma and possessed of a vision that is anything but common. In retrospect, I would say that they did very well by each other."
Frank Lloyd Wright The Kaufmann House Fallingwater Rural Western Pennsylania (44" x 60" offered unframed only) Voted the most important building of the 20th century in a poll conducted by the American Institute of Architects, this masterpiece was entrusted to the Western Pennsyvania Conservancy by Edgar Kaufmann Jr. in October, 1963. It is the only Wright building complete with original furnishings, artwork and setting intact as designed by Mr. Wright open to the public.