life-architecture / WAC Presents Exclusive Documentary About Philip Johnson

While introducing the world's changing trends in architecture to USA, the American architect Philip Johnson had also used his financial reserves to build on his estate in New Canaan, Connecticut.

A 20-minute video covers Philip Johnson's campus consisting of 9 buildings situated on a 16-hectare area. The campus includes The Glass House (1945), The Guest House (1949), The Lake Pavilion (1962), Painting Gallery (1965), Sculpture Galley (1970), The Study Room (1984), Lincoln Kirstein Tower (1985), The Anti-Deer House (also known Ghost House) (1985) and The Information House (1994) which was added later to the campus.