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After a Year on the Market, Philip Johnson’s Wiley House Drops by $2 Million
The influence that Philip Johnson had on midcentury architecture in New Canaan, Connecticut is undeniable.
Philip Kennicott on America's Embassies
Just today the American Institute of Architects' 21st Century Embassy Task Force issued a 40-page report with 59 guidelines and...
Philip Kennicott Wins Pulitzer Prize
In mid-April, 2013, Washington Post columnist Philip Kennicott won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism.
Promo Daily: Tom M Johnson
Today's Photographer Promotional Piece We Love and Why: Tom M...
Philip Pettit: How Do You Know if You're Truly Free?
Most of us can generally agree that freedom is an ideal, says philosopher Philip Pettit.
At the Glass House estate, a restoration takes aim at one of modern master Philip Johnson’s most-beloved sanctuaries.
The Deconstructivism and Digital Design Movements
Manifesto: Philip Johnson and Mark Wigley, “Deconstructivist Architecture”...
Glass Takes Center Stage in These 10 See-Through Homes
While the iconic work of Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe immediately comes to mind when glass is mentioned, modern day...
Hirshhorn, Ontario: The Modern City That Never Was
An exhibit up at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington DC chronicles the museum's initial conception, and the Canadian, Philip...
An Exhibition on an Iconic Modernist Opens at The Glass House
On view all summer, a new exhibition at Philip Johnson's Glass House provides the first survey to explore the relationship...
The Ballet's Crown Jewels
New York City Ballet goers will be treated to a healthy dose of design this season.
Glass House Conversations
Philip Johnson and David Whitney used to invite great minds from the architecture, design, and art worlds to the Johnson-designed...
Designer David Kensington renovates a historic home in San Francisco with royal ties
The stately Tudor Revival-style manor in Pacific Heights was the home of the British consul general and site of a formal...
Revolution in an Unlikely Land
Old money and ultraconservative attitudes aren’t really compatible with forward thinking and radical ideas, but during the late...
In the Material World: Susan Weber
Long before Peggy Guggenheim bought her first Jackson Pollock, the Wittlesbach Dukes of Bavaria were snapping up antiquities.
A Round of Applause
After generations of renown as an iconic hotel, a popular Denver landmark gets new life.
Friday Finds 8.19.11
Discover the delightfully obscure, the strangely humorous, and the downright good design that the editors of Dwell found this...
Hometta: Affordable Modern Home Plans
Mark Johnson started daydreaming last year about how residential architecture in his native Houston would be improved if...
A Fine Vintage
At age 34, Philip M. Isaacson commissioned architect F. Frederick Bruck to design a home for him and his wife. That was 1959.
Panel Interview: America's Embassies
Yesterday I posted a short interview I did with Philip Kennicott, culture critic with the Washington Post, after my embassy...
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