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[Looking up through the driveway trellis (from southeast)]
Looking up through the driveway trellis (from southeast).
Visible through the driveway trellis is the stepped canopy which covers the walkway up to the guest house. This walkway was originally planned to lead into the house on the third floor, but at the Kaufmann's request, it was changed to the second floor.
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Wright created long, drawn-out lines and planes to achieve repose amid daring structural exploits, and his use of trellises over the eastern terrace and driveway balances the three-story glass wall on the west.

- Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., Fallingwater: A Frank Lloyd Wright Country House, p. 113.

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