the glass house

i just launched my full slide show for the philip johnson glass house tour right here. there are 20 or some slides, whittled down from the 250 photos i took. you can see the glass house, the guest house, his study, the painting gallery, the sculpture gallery and much much more. i think a lot of you will get a kick out of the furnishings in his home- so many classic designs find there way into every nook and cranny of johnson’s homes. click here to view the full slideshow. [ps: don’t forget to check out karen gelardi’s sneak peek below!]

  1. jessica says:

    lovely grace.
    thank you!

  2. Anna says:

    Wonderful pictures of this amazing house. Thanks so much for sharing!

  3. Habitually Chic says:

    I loved your profile of the Glass House on House and Garden’s website! I’ve been wanting to go there forever but since it’s sold out, I’m so happy to have had a chance to tour it through your eyes. I even profiled your story on my blog. Hope you don’t mind!

  4. yuri says:

    David Byrne just visited the Glass House and has written about the experience in his journal:

    He has a very interesting perspective, as always.


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