The Folly at Field Farm, part of the Trustees of Reservations properties, is the other pleasurable site to visit. A sculptural piece, a guest house, by the architect Ulrich Franzen, built in 1965 for $100,000, it is complex in form and space while possessing functional simplicity. The interior daylighting and artificial lighting is striking. The daylighting in particular is masterful. Franzen was a master architect and he clearly enjoyed the development and execution of this project. Our tour guide, Bob, was a fabulously, enthusiastic, knowledgeable guide and Jennifer, seen here with Bob, and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit. Below is a link to an article in the Berkshire Eagle with more information and photographs.