Illustrations By Leanne Shapton
Designed by architect Marcel Breuer. Part of a exhibition commissioned by Philip Johnson in 1949 is hopes to give a "economical solution for an individually built, architect-designed country home," to potential home owners. The house stood up from April 12–October 30, 1949 in the sculpture garden behind the Museum of Modern Art.
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Margaret Howell in conversation with Ken Stradling
Home of Ghanaian-born architect Joe Osae-Addo. Osae-Add studied architecture at the Architectural Association (AA) in London. He returned Ghana to practice architecture and designed the home with his then fiancé Sara Asafu-Adjaye. Designed to function in Ghana's hot climate, Osae-Addo says, "I wanted to explore ideas of light, cross ventilation, and lightness of structure."
Inventory magazine founder Ryan Willms visits the 96-year-old Canadian artist's modernist retreat.