MOMA Guesthouse

Philip Johnson
1950



This house was originally built for the Rockerfeller brothers as a guest house. They later gave it to the Museum of Modern Art. It was subsequenty bought by the architect for an in-town residence.

The front facade of Roman brick and painted steel




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