First printing of this monograph documenting what many consider Johnson's best work, signed in the year of publication.
Fine in a fine jacket.
THE GLASS HOUSE
"[O]ne of the most widely publicized works of modern architecture in the world." — Jeffrey Kipnis
Collection of 19 essays, edited by Jeffrey Kipnis and David Whitney, discussing not only Johnson's famed Glass House, but also the other projects and buildings on his legendary forty-acre property in Connecticut ("My place in New Canaan is a kind of 'diary of an eccentric architect'"). Includes essays from Kenneth Frampton, Robert Hughes, Robert A.M. Stern, Peter Esenmean, Vincent Scully, as well as the architect himself.
New York: Pantheon Books, (1993). 11'' x 8.5''. Original quarter black cloth over grey boards. In original unclipped ($35.00) black-and-white photographic dust jacket. xxxii, 174,  pages. Heavily illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographs and diagrams. Inscribed by Johnson on the front free endpaper: "For Jeff Neubaur / Philip Johnson / 93." Bright, sharp, and tight overall.
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