Public water garden, Fort Worth, Texas, 1974. Architects: Philip Johnson + John Burgee (photograph from National Geographic, April 1980)

Jeux d'eau en ville

WATER FEATURE - Public water garden, Fort Worth, Texas, Architects: Philip Johnson + John Burgee (photograph from National Geographic, April

Philip Johnson, Thanks-Giving Square, Dallas, 1976

Philip Johnson, Dallas Texas, Contemporary Architecture, Louis Kahn, Postmodernism, Building Facade, Fort Worth, Facades, Geometry

AD Classics: The Glass House / Philip Johnson - © Creative Commons – Photo Credit: Melody Kramer

AD Classics: The Glass House / Philip Johnson

AD Classics: The Glass House / Philip Johnson - © Creative Commons – Photo Credit: Melody Kramer

Tall, symmetrical,  glass skyscraper with triangular peak, and setbacks that narrow the building as it rises.  A chevron design under the top seems to be pushed upward by  a long, thin arrow. This post modern building is known as the Williams Tower and is located at 2800 Post Oak BLVD and was created by Phillip Joshnson and John Burgee

Williams Tower: Formerly known as the Transco tower, named after a major tenant, Transco Energy Corporation. It was built in A stunningly beautiful skyscraper which is one of the most visible building Houston.

Garden Grove Community Church (Crystal Cathedral), 1977-1980; Garden Grove, California; Phillip Johnson and John Burgee - Late Modern 1

(Crystal Cathedral), Garden Grove, the hour of power with robert schuller the glory of christmas and the glory of easter

Chan Architecture collaborated with Phillip Johnson Landscapes to complete an artist studio, located in the backyard of an existing house in Melbourne, Australia.

Chan Architecture collaborated with Phillip Johnson Landscapes to complete an artist studio, located in the backyard of an existing house in Melbourne, Australia.

Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute / Philip Johnson / Utica, NY © Ezra Stoller/Esto

AD Classics: Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute / Philip Johnson

Image 7 of 11 from gallery of AD Classics: Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute / Philip Johnson. Photograph by Ezra Stoller/Esto

The temples of consumption: Phillip Johnson, Roofless Church in New Harmony Inaiana. Anyone who learned Indiana history in grade school surely learned one thing about New Harmony…it was once a “Utopian society”.

The temples of consumption: Phillip Johnson, Roofless Church in New Harmony Inaiana. Anyone who learned Indiana history in grade school surely learned one thing about New Harmony…it was once a “Utopian society”. Went here on Jennie's Grade Field Trip!

New York State Pavilion by Phillip Johnson

Unisphere and New York State Pavilion at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

AD Classics: New York State Pavillion / Philip Johnson

Gallery of AD Classics: New York State Pavilion / Philip Johnson - 2

Philip Johnson New York State Pavilion for the 1964 New York World's Fair, New York City, New York

AD Classics: The Crystal Cathedral  / Philip Johnson

Gallery of AD Classics: The Crystal Cathedral / Philip Johnson - 14

AD Classics: The Crystal Cathedral  / Philip Johnson

Gallery of AD Classics: The Crystal Cathedral / Philip Johnson - 14

Bolinda Vale, Clarkefield.  Gorgeous redgum seating by the Billabong.  Landscape by Phillip Johnson Landscape Design.

Gorgeous redgum seating by the Billabong. Landscape by Phillip Johnson Landscape Design.

Phillip Johnson Landscape Design

Bathe by Phillip Johnson Landscapes wins Most Sustainable Garden & Bronze at the International Flower and Garden Show 2011

Phillip Johnson Landscapes - Wonga Park

Phillip Johnson Landscapes - Wonga Park

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