Where Famous Architects Live (Photos)
The world's best architects spend so much time designing buildings for other people it's hard to imagine there's time for their own homes. But when a starchitect, so to speak, designs for themselves, it's bound to be something special. Take Philip Johnson's Glass House (above) in New Canaan, Conn., where the architect lived from 1949 until his death in 2005. The glass-and-steel construction might not be everyone's idea of a comfortable living situation-after all, privacy wasn't a priority for Johnson, clearly-but that doesn't prevent the glass-and-steel construction from drawing thousands of design-minded tourists every year. With that in mind, we went looking for the next Glass House.
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