Limited edition Glass House Moleskine® Sketchbook

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Photographic survey (hardcover, 80 pages) of the Glass House site, buildings, and collections with introductory essays by the site's inaugural directors.


Inspired by the Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House and the Philip Johnson Glass House, Modern Views is the catalogue of the work and written statements of one-hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers inspired by the two Modernist icons and the architects who created them. This book (hardcover, 216 pages) features an introduction by New Yorker Architecture critic Paul Goldberger, an interview with Phyllis Lambert, and an essay by Sylvia Lavin.


Signed Edition


A Glass House exclusive; journal-sized Moleskine® sketchbook including art by 29-contributors inspired by the Glass House, interspersed with blank pages to add your work and reflections.


Visit Philip Johnson's "fifty-year diary" with its creator as your guide. Guests include David Whitney, Frank Stella, and Rem Koolhaas. Filmed on-site in 1995, this documentary includes Johnson's insights and reflections into his architectural designs and collection of contemporary art housed at the Glass House site. Rarely seen footage of the construction of the last building Johnson designed for the site also included in this one-hour film.


A unique and comprehensive view into the Glass House site. This 256-page volume (softcover) designed by Toshio Nakamura with photography by Michael Moran taken in all four seasons, provides and incomparable view into the Glass House.


A history of New Canaan, Connecticut's unique collection of mid-century modernist houses written by local architect William Earls.


The Philip Johnson Tapes (hardcover, 200 pages) includes transcripts of interviews and conversations with Robert A.M. Stern, each covering a decade of Johnson's life and trends of architecture and history during the twentieth-century.


Mattia Bonetti Drawings (hardcover, 96 pages)features original sketches by the famed furniture designer. The limited-edition publication, which is offered exclusively by the Glass House,was published by Luhring Augustine Gallery and Calluna Farms Press.Drawings include designs for furniture commissioned by David Whitney and Philip Johnson for living spaces at the Glass House site and in New York City.


Note cards including four unique images (set of 12) of the Glass House site in winter.


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