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Philip Johnson glass house covered in snow, magical

Philip Johnson glass house covered in snow, magical

Rockefeller Guest House, Philip Johnson

Rockefeller Guest House, Philip Johnson

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

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

Architect Philip Johnson's Glass House : Architectural Digest

Architect Philip Johnson's Glass House

Architect Philip Johnson's Glass House : Architectural Digest

The Glass House by Philip Johnson (1949) New Canaan, CT. USA

The Glass House by Philip Johnson (1949) New Canaan, CT. USA

Philip Johnson Residence    Glass House interior    Philip Johnson, architect  1949

Philip Johnson Residence Glass House interior Philip Johnson, architect 1949

The Glass House - Philip Johnson

The Glass House - Philip Johnson

Philip Johnson | LEONHARDT HOUSE | 1956

Philip Johnson | LEONHARDT HOUSE | 1956

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Philip Johnson, 1960 More

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

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

philip johnson 1951 hodgson house

philip johnson 1951 hodgson house

Seagram Building, Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson

Seagram Building, Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson

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

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

Beck Residence | Philip Johnson | Dallas, Texas | 1964 | Renovation by Bodron+Fruit Architects with landscape design by Reed Hilderbrand, 2009

Beck Residence | Philip Johnson | Dallas, Texas | 1964 | Renovation by Bodron+Fruit Architects with landscape design by Reed Hilderbrand, 2009

The first house designed by Philip Johnson has been put up for sale by its owners, after 55 years living in the Upstate New York residence.

The first house designed by Philip Johnson has been put up for sale by its owners, after 55 years living in the Upstate New York residence.

PRIZTKER 1979 Philip Jhonson - St. Basil Chapel

PRIZTKER 1979 Philip Jhonson - St. Basil Chapel