Title: Philip Johnson. The Architect in his Own ...
Publisher: Hilary Lewis and John O¿Connor, New York
Publication Date: 1994
Book Condition: Fine
Large folio, 200 pages, numerous photographic plates in color and black and white. Dark grey blind stamped cloth. Illustrated wrappers. - First edition. ¿¿in this collection of conversations, Johnson reflects with disarming candor and wit on the extraordinary history he has helped write. He recounts the stories behind more than 20 of his own favorite and most renowned buildings, including, of course, the preeminent symbol of postmodernism, the AT&T building, the urbane sculpture garden at The Museum of Modern Art, the elegant New York State Theater at Lincoln Center, and, of course, his personal masterpiece, the Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut.¿ (front flap). Bookseller Inventory # 000258
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