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Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

A Secret Little Glass Home in the Heart of New York - The New York Times

A Secret Little Glass Home in the Heart of New York - The New York Times

PHILIP  JOHNSON 1950 - The Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller (Mrs. John D, III) Guest House, 242 East 52nd Street, New York NY.

PHILIP JOHNSON 1950 - The Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller (Mrs. John D, III) Guest House, 242 East 52nd Street, New York NY.

Philip Johnson, Rockefeller Guest house, New York, USA, 1949-1950

Philip Johnson, Rockefeller Guest house, New York, USA, 1949-1950

Philip Johnson, Rockefeller Guest House, New York, (1949-1950) One of the earliest examples of Mies van der Rohe’s brand of modernism in New York City is Philip Johnson’s Rockefeller Guest House. Designed for Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller, the house was praised at the time by critics for its simplicity and elegance. Ada Louise Huxtable described it as: "sophisticated … handsome, unconventional."

Philip Johnson, Rockefeller Guest House, New York, (1949-1950) One of the earliest examples of Mies van der Rohe’s brand of modernism in New York City is Philip Johnson’s Rockefeller Guest House. Designed for Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller, the house was praised at the time by critics for its simplicity and elegance. Ada Louise Huxtable described it as: "sophisticated … handsome, unconventional."

Schindler-Chace House

Schindler-Chace House

Louis Khan | Office tower | St.Louis (1948)

Louis Khan | Office tower | St.Louis (1948)