mm roadtrip & philip johnson’s glass house . . .

making meaning was able to pilgrimage from brooklyn to new canaan connecticut, on two occasions (october 22nd & 23rd) to see philip johnson’s estate with it’s cultivated menagerie of architectural splendor. for more information on how to visit philip johnson’s 47 acre, 50 year diary of architectural interpretation, please see the following link: philip johnson’s glass house

in addition, the importance of light: here shown changing with the passing of time,
light influences our spatial recognition of architecture completely:
philip johnson’s glass house, twilight into night light

a painting of the wind: autumn, southern new england 2010:

this short video is in homage to philip johnson’s own words, from “dairy of an eccentric architect,” where he makes a metaphor of architecture as landscape painting, a visual canvas, if you will. the mere canvas for the wind’s painting is johnson’s own frank stella inspired building, da monsta. | credits: the raw video footage was shot by xandy peters on october 22, 2010 and slightly altered,
edited by matthew burger, on november 1, 2010 |

a painting of the wind: autumn, southern new england 2010

posted 2 November 2010

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