Upon graduating from Harvard's Graduate School of Design in 1945, Philip Johnson quickly completed high- profile posts in the design and architecture world. Johnson first explored architecture as a critic and curator as head of MoMA's Architecture Department.
As a young architect seizing the zeitgeist of Modernism, Johnson's dialogue with Mies Van der Rohe resulted in a storied body of early work that bears his hallmark architectural style: open-plan homes with seamless circulation and plate glass walls offering expansive views of the surrounding natural landscape.
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