从Fallingwater的房子看，水平方向是Wright风格最显着的特征。虽然水平方向可以称为赖特风格的母亲，但是作为建筑师，那么极简主义的严格界限就是父亲。这提供了一个惊人的特征：尽管形状的角度，建筑物和谐地融入自然空间 – 仿佛大地想了一会儿，并假定几何形状正确。从以前的功能结果分割这种结构。 Fallingwater屋顶和地板间屋顶的水平线将建筑物分成细长的部分。为了不失去视觉上的支持，Fallingwater房子配备了柱子。这种垂直水平的划分创造了这样的感觉，即建筑物是由单独的整个立方体创建的。随着玻璃，房子有真正的石头和木头装饰。这个房子最有趣的特征之一，也是赖特风格的特征，它是材料的主动混合。通过这种技巧，他经常强调文体的几何性（Gauldie，1969）。例如，赖特用一块石头放置一个正方形，它占据着厨房或一个单独的部分。水平方向，光滑的墙壁和规则的形状允许安装高大的窗户。它适用于建筑和室内：在屋外，反映周围空间，它优雅地融入自然美景，而内部区域看起来更大，并获得足够的光线。虽然使用圆窗并不罕见，但人们不太可能看到的是古典主义的准确和突出的窗口。最后，Fallingwater房子适合大自然。无论大纲如何，房子都不会被视为与所在景观分离。
As seen from Fallingwater house, horizontal orientation is the most striking characteristic of Wright’s style. While the horizontal orientation can be called a mother of Wright’s style as of an architect, then the strict lines of minimalism are the fathers. This gives an amazing feature: despite the angularity of the forms, the buildings fit harmoniously into the natural space – as if the earth thought for a moment and assumed a geometrically-correct shape. From the previous features results the segmentation of such a structure. The horizontal lines of the roof of Fallingwater house and inter-floor cover divide the building into elongated segments. And in order not to lose the visual support, Fallingwater house is equipped with columns. This vertical-horizontal division creates the feeling that the building was created from separate whole cubes. Along with glass, the house had real stone and wood as decorations. One of the most interesting features of the house, which is also the characteristic of Wright’s style in general, is the active mixing of materials. With this technique, he often emphasizes the geometricity of stylistics (Gauldie, 1969). For example, Wright lays a square with a stone, which occupies the kitchen or a separate segment. Horizontal orientation, smooth walls, and regular shapes allow mounting tall and large windows. It works both for architecture and for the interior: outside the house, reflecting the surrounding space, it gracefully fits into natural beauties, while the inner areas seem bigger and get enough light. While the use of round windows is not uncommon, something that one is unlikely to see is the accurate and protruding windows of classicism. Finally, the Fallingwater house fits into nature. Regardless of the general outlines, the house is not perceived as being separate from the landscape in which it is located.