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The Glass House: Seeing design in a see-through house

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Philip Johnson’s Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut. An icon of Modernism, the house was created using sheets of glass, sleek steel, and brick for the 1,728 square feet of floor.

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Philip Johnson’s Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut. Bedroom,

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Dining area.

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Dave LeBlanc and K. Karlik in the kitchen. Brick House visible behind.

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Exterior, looking in at dining area.

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Dave LeBlanc with Kathy Karlik.

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