Title: Farnsworth House Rear

Upper Photo:
Capture Date/Time: July 28 2007 12:55
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: 17-55mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 17mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/5 - 1/90 sec
ISO: 100
Flash: None

Lower Photo:
Capture Date/Time: July 28 2007 12:54
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: 17-55mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 19mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/4.5 - 1/80 sec
ISO: 100
Flash: None

A shot of the Farnworth House from behind, and a closer look of the kitchen in the back.

7 commentsAdd yours

07.30.07/09:56 PM cristina said:

Does it not have a bedroom?

07.31.07/01:34 AM david jones said:

I think i like it in the rear better.. wait that didnt come out right...

07.31.07/02:53 PM MikesRightBrain said:

Awesome... I love that bottom shot. I guess I couldn't go walking around in there in my raggy PJ's like I usually do around here. I wouldn't be "in keeping" with the architectural lines...

08.19.07/02:59 AM Marie said:

I love this house. This kitchen makes me want to declutter my own.

08.25.07/10:23 AM Pieter Pastoor said:

living in a glass house..... poor kids... mom always yelling "pick up, there is a photographer outside"

08.25.07/05:50 PM Hope said:

Farnsworth house, which is now owned by Lord Palumbo? This is in Plano, IL - which is where my grandparents live. We drive by here all the time, but I'm always chicken to walk down there in case Mr. Palumbo - who I hear is quite a character, saw fit to chase us out of there like little rascals or something....

Glad to see it up close, finally!

Beautiful work.

08.26.07/10:44 PM Laurie Anne said:

This house is no longer owned by Palumbo, he sold it to HIstoric Preservation and Land trust (two state entities) in the 80s for 6.6 million. He bought it from the original owner Edith Farnsworth in the 70s for like 70,000.

There is such an interesting back story to this house.....