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Iconic Mid-Century Architecture, The Glass House

Built in 1949, The Glass House in New Canaan sits at the bottom of a slope on 49 pastoral acres. The 18-hundred square foot structure is all glass, there are no interior walls. It was built by the late famed architect, Philip Johnson as a weekend retreat for him and his longtime partner. Johnson is Read more…

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A Home Called New England

  “A Home Called New England,” A new book just coming out chronicles the history of homes all the way back to the 1600’s. The architect behind the book is Duo Dickinson, in practice for 40-years in Madison and has built all kinds of dwelling in the area…much of his work has pro-bono over the years as Read more…

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A Chat With The Information Architect Of “TED” ~Richard Saul Wurman (reprise)

This is a story I did on Richard Saul Wurman on October 19th of 2010. I drove up to his Newport mansion called “The Orchard” which is now for sale to talk to him. What a home! That was some day, oh and the scarf he is wearing, I knitted that for him…I knew he Read more…

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