Philip Johnson

Artist Yayoi Kusama Bedecks the Glass House with Speckles
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Artist Yayoi Kusama Bedecks the Glass House with Speckles

Red polka dots currently obscure the transparent façade of Philip Johnson's house... More

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Q+A: Sekou Cooke and the Era of Hip-Hop Architecture Q+A: Sekou Cooke and the Era of Hip-Hop Architecture

The Syracuse University professor and architect is organizing a two-day symposium on what he hopes is the next movement in architecture. More

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Philip Johnson's Wiley Speculative House For Sale in Connecticut Philip Johnson's Wiley Speculative House For Sale in Connecticut

A 1954 house designed by Philip Johnson hits the market. More

Glass House Stages Fujiko Nakaya's "Veil" exhibit
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Glass House Stages Fujiko Nakaya's "Veil" exhibit

Nakaya's artwork enshrouds Philip Johnson's landmark in a layer of mist, to... More

The New York State Pavilion Designed by Philip Johnson for the World's Fair Celebrates 50 Years
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The New York State Pavilion Designed by Philip Johnson for the World's Fair Celebrates 50 Years

Philip Johnson's iconic New York State Pavilion opened for one day only on its... More

Toyo Ito Wins U.Va.'s 2014 Thomas Jefferson Medal in Architecture
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Toyo Ito Wins U.Va.'s 2014 Thomas Jefferson Medal in Architecture

The Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello and the University of Virginia... More

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Christopher Hawthorne on Lambert, Mies, Seagram, and the Art of Patronage Christopher Hawthorne on Lambert, Mies, Seagram, and the Art of Patronage

Phyllis Lambert's new book, "Building Seagram," reveals the importance of the architect-client relationship. More

Ada Louise Huxtable and Philip Johnson
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Ada Louise Huxtable and Philip Johnson

Mark Lamster remembers Ada Louise Huxtable: her early years as a protégé of Philip... More

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Should Architects Design Prisons? Should Architects Design Prisons?

Raphael Sperry wants to ban architects from designing death chambers and solitary confinement cells. Karrie Jacobs covers whether the architect's campaign can help create a more humane prison system. More

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MoMA, Architecture, and Politics: 9+1 Ways of Being Political MoMA, Architecture, and Politics: 9+1 Ways of Being Political

Pedro Gadanho's first MoMA show highlights architecture's political side. But, writes Mark Lamster, his attempt to promote curation as the next criticism is hampered by a less than accessible presentation. More

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