The Glass House relies on the support of donors to maintain a site of international significance and a unique cultural asset. Each year we strive to address projects to preserve and protect the structures, collections, and landscape of the 49 – acre property. In November of 2017, we announced the beginning of the restoration of the Brick House. Designed as part of the original composition of the site by Philip Johnson in 1949, the Brick House serves as a counterpoint to the transparency of the Glass House. The Brick House has been closed to the public since 2008 due to extensive water damage. Help us restore the Brick House with your contribution today!
Your donation helps us preserve this historic place and its structures as well as to develop new programs and educational initiatives. The Glass House has a long tradition to uphold as we steward the legacy of Philip Johnson and David Whitney, and we are grateful for your support.
Donations at every level are welcome! If you would like to speak with a member of the Glass House staff, please contact Scott Drevnig, Deputy Director, at 203-978-3005, or firstname.lastname@example.org.