Angelina Jolie Waterfall – Angelina Jolie has purchased a waterfall property for Brad Pitt’s 48th birthday and a place where they can build their dream home. The property will soon resemble a design by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The land is so speculator that you can hear the rushing water hitting the rocks.
And that was the selling point for Jolie, as she thought about the family listening to the natural noises as they fall asleep at night.
Pitt already has elaborate plans of what the home will look like and he is very exited over his new present.
“A thrilled Pitt is now planning to embark on an ambitious and exotic building project emulating the design of Lloyd Wright’s 1939 masterpiece Fallingwater, which was built in Pennsylvania on a similar piece of land,” writes the Daily Mail.
In 2006, Pitt and Jolie visited the 1939 home, built over a waterfall. They have been itching to see it ever since reading about it in an architectural history class in college. The new home will pull all aspects of nature, light, glass and varying levels into the concept.
It’s the perfect time for the actor to find his waterfall location because he recently announced that he will retire in two years, and this project will be waiting.
Angelina and Brad have shown a keen interest in architecture before. In 2007, they initiated the Make It Right project, commissioning 13 architecture firms to help rebuild the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, which was heavily hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. A year later, they consulted on an environmentally-friendly hotel in Dubai.
“While acting is my career, architecture is my passion,” he said at the time.
Between the two, the acting super couple have starred in at least 70 movies, 40 for Brad and 30 for Angelina. The couple have 6 children together, 3 biological and 3 adopted.
Recently, Forbes magazine ranked the celebrity couple as the third highest moneymaking couple with an annual income of $50 million. Jolie was ranked the highest paid actress between 2010 and 2011.