Popularly known as the location of the Glass House by Philip Johnson,
New Canaan, Connecticut, is home to a number of other striking
modernist residences designed by Harvard graduates of his generation.
After nearly 40 years, the homes conceived by Marcel Breuer, Alan
Goldberg, Eliot Noyes, Landis Gores, John Johansen, John Black Lee, Hugh
Smallen, Edward Durell Stone, and Frank Lloyd Wright still continue to
fascinate. Guest edited by Alan Goldberg and with new photographs by
Michael Biondo, this issue examines the thought processes behind the
designs of the houses of that seminal era through a large collection of
valuable original drawings and documents.