Philip Johnson’s Rockefeller Guest House — one of the architect’s best-preserved private residences — in Midtown Manhattan as it looks today. The architect's only private residence in New York City was once an artists' salon. Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate. | via @tmagazine | photo: @kaufmanprojects . . . . . . #_roomonfire #phillipjohnson #newyork #moma #midtown #manhatten…
Philip Johnson's secret brick and glass home in Manhattan, NYC
Mid century modern architecture - Hooper House II by Marcel Breuer. Breuer's Hooper House II in Baltimore, Maryland proves that wonderfully natural materials, like these flagstones used in the walls, are perfectly at home in Bauhaus geometry.
ON A QUIET BLOCK in the East in Manhattan, set between a music school and a prewar apartment building a coin’s toss from the noise of subway construction, sits a discreet, Modernist marvel: Philip Johnson’s 1950 Rockefeller Guest House.
Tag an lover! The Prairie House is designed by Yunakov Architecture and is located in // Photo by Oleg Stelmakh - Architecture and Home Decor - Bedroom - Bathroom - Kitchen And Living Room Interior Design Decor