Phillip Johnson was both responsible for, and guilty of, a dizzying collection of buildings that have defined urban skylines in America for almost seventy years. He made controversial statements, held difficult political views, and designed and/or helped design prominent, and polarizing buildings. Let’s get going with The Joy of Architecture – Part Ten – Phillip […]

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The word “museum” expresses, in the current vernacular, what amounts to a library housing various artifacts of scientific, artistic, social, historical, and cultural interest. Throughout the world, societies have invested significantly in making these buildings architectural landmarks. So let’s begin The Joy of Architecture – Part Five – Museums. At the top of this post, and […]

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