Philip Johnson’s Glass House, built atop a dramatic hill on a rolling 47-acre estate in New Canaan, Connecticut, is a piece of architecture famous the world over not for what it includes, but for what it leaves out.

Architect Philip Johnson's Glass House

Philip Johnson glass house covered in snow, magical

Philip Johnson's famous 1949 Glass House in New Canaan, CT is one of the most sought-after home tours in New England.

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Philip Johnson 1960 Architecture He created the Department of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. In 1978 he was awarded an American Institute of Architects Gold Medal and in 1979 the first Pritzker Architecture Prize

The Glass House by Philip Johnson (1949)

The Glass House by Philip Johnson New Canaan, CT. USA Exactly my taste and how I would want to live, right down to the furniture.

Philip Johnson's Glass House - New Canaan, CT - mid-century America design

Philip Johnson's Glass House - New Canaan, CT - mid-century America design

Houston, USA by Philip Johnson Description Change this The Chapel of St. Basil is a chapel on the campus of the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas, designed by Philip Johnson.

Chapel of St. Basil, ‪University of St. Thomas, ‬Houston, Texas, USA by architect ‪Philip Johnson‬

The Glass House - Philip Johnson

The Glass House Sculpture Garden - Philip Johnson

Rockefeller Guest House, Philip Johnson

Location: Rockefeller Guest House - 242 East Street New York, NY Architecture: Philip Johnson (in association wi.

Philip Johnson LEONHARDT HOUSE, LONG ISLAND 1956

Philip Johnson Leonhardt House, completed as late as 1956 in Lloyd's Neck, Long Island

Chapel of St. Basil, Houston (USA) - Phillip Johnson

Chapel of St. Basil, Houston (USA) - Phillip Johnson Known for his international and postmodernist architecture. I Pinned this because i liked the original design especially for a chapel.

PHILIP JOHNSON, The Glass House, 1949, New Canaan, Connecticut. / T-Magazine

A Home Without Walls – Philip Johnson’s Glass HousePhilip Johnson’s Glass House rose to fame when it was featured in Life magazine soon after its completion in

Philip Johnson glass house covered in snow, magical

Philip Johnson glass house covered in snow, magical

Interfaith Peace Chapel by Philip Johnson

Philip Johnson's Interfaith Peace Chapel vandalised in Dallas

AT Corporate Headquarters | New York, New York | Philip Johnson | photo by Richard Payne

THE ATT BUILDING ~ Philip Johnson 1979 Laureate. ATT Corporate Headquarters, New York, New York, with its Chippendale pediment, adds to the magnificent skyline of NY.

Pennzoil Place | Houston, Texas | Philip Johnson / John Burgee | photo by Richard Payne

Phillip Johnson, Pennzoil Place in Houston, Photo by Richard Payne.

Roofless Church designed by Philip Johnson in 1960 for New Harmony, Indiana. - Google Search

The temples of consumption Phillip Johnson, Roofless Church in New Harmony Inaiana. Anyone who learned Indiana history in grade school surely learned one thing about New Harmony…it was once a “Utopian society”.

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