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Philip Johnson’s Wiley House

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 22, 2015 01:05 AM
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by Tyler last modified Jun 21, 2015

Philip Johnson’s Wiley House is currently on the market. I know we have all seen the house, well most of us. A complete dream house in all of the right ways. The juxtaposition of the old and new work in complete harmony. “Frank Gallipoli, president of an energy trading firm and art enthusiast, moved into […] The post Philip Johnson’s Wiley House appeared first on .




 

 

Philip Johnson’s Wiley House is currently on the market. I know we have all seen the house, well most of us. A complete dream house in all of the right ways. The juxtaposition of the old and new work in complete harmony. “Frank Gallipoli, president of an energy trading firm and art enthusiast, moved into the home in 1994 and found that, despite its pedigree, it needed work. He replaced the glass panels with double-paned windows, following the initial drawings. While any new owner can take advantage of Gallipoli’s work, there’s one aspect of living in the Wiley home that can’t be replicated. Gallipoli got to know Johnson during the end of the architect’s life, and even visited him at his famous glass house.” So if any of you have 14 million you have been saving for a house I would just go ahead and make the offer.

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mid century,modernism,Wiley House

mid century,modernism,Wiley House

mid century,modernism,Wiley House

mid century,modernism,Wiley House

mid century,modernism,Wiley House

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Photos by Paul Rivera/Archworks and MLS

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