Gael Towey visits the Philip Johnson Glass House, a National Trust Historic site and one of the most celebrated modern homes in America. Legendary architect Philip Johnson designed and lived in the house, which sits amid 14 other structures on a 47-acre plot in New Canaan, Connecticut. On her visit to this extraordinary site, Gael interviews Philip Johnson scholar Hilary Lewis and Director of Visitor Experience and Fellowships Dorothy Dunn.

To learn more, visit the Glass House's website.

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January 5, 2019
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