The view of Camelback Mountain from Taliesin West. Scottsdale, Arizona
In the 1940s, when Frank Lloyd Wright learned that power lines were going to be built on the edge of Taliesin West, interrupting the view across the valley towards Camelback Mountain, he started a fight to stop the construction, demanding they be buried underground. When his protests, including letters to President Harry S. Truman, failed to produce the results Wright wanted, he threatened to relocate to Tucson.
Of course, he never did make the move, but he relocated the entrance of Taliesin West towards the rear of the main building.