Philip Johnson's Other Glass House

The New York Times 1.25.09

The New York Times shows us the home Philip Johnson designed across the road from his well-known Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut. Originally designed for a family of six, the 4,550-square-foot home is made up of two brick pavilions linked by a glassed-in passage ways that frame the views of the 5-acre property...Current owners Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows (designers of the BassamFellows furniture line) have embraced the heritage of the house and furnished with their own line of "Craftsman Modern" style furniture and vintage pieces.

Read the story and see all the pictures: A Touch of Glass and the slideshow.

(Images: Nikolas Koenig)

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