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The Duality of Philip Johnson on the 70th Anniversary of his Iconic Glass House

Architecture

This year, Philip Johnson's Glass House turns 70. As the father of American modernism—depending on who you ask—we track the history of not only the iconic structure but also its creator and his interesting past juxtapositioning homosexuality and fascism. 

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Inside Wes Anderson’s Magical Little World

This Just In!

The hotel of his dreams, rendered in miniature

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Tim Furzer Unifies & Theorizes The Calvin Klein Collection Store

New York-Stan D'Arde

When Tim Furzer started painting pictures of stones, the last place he thought they would end up was the windows of the Calvin Klein Collection store on Madison Avenue.

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'Mo Modern

New York-Architecture

Re-discovering Fire Island architecture through its most prolific (and until now forgotten) architect, Horace Gifford

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