While a door (or doorway) may seem fairly nondescript or is something one doesn’t give a lot of thought to, what about when it’s a door in another country? What about if it’s a doorway that’s almost 1,000 years old and has had royalty pass through it at one time? What if it’s a door whose detail is more striking than the architecture found on a church? Or what if it’s a doorway that’s not a doorway in the traditional sense because the architect wanted it that way?
|Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater-Pennsylvania|