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The inclusion of Fallingwater on the United Nations’ World Heritage List of significant cultural landmarks remains a bit of a cliffhanger.
The U. N. ’s World Heritage Committee decided in a close vote Sunday to refer the United States’ submission of the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Somerset County’s Laurel Highlands and nine of his other buildings in seven states for future consideration, according to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, which owns Fallingwater and worked on the designation.
Lynda Waggoner, Fallingwater’s director, attended the committee meeting in Istanbul, Turkey, and said that although the committee agrees Wright’s architecture is globally important, it is requiring additional documentation. “While we would have preferred the series be inscribed at this session, we feel the decision to refer is fair,” Ms. Waggoner said in a release posted on the conservancy’s website.
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