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Starchitecture For Sale

Midcentury American architect Philip Johnson was much more than his effusively beloved Glass House—in fact, the landscape-minded modernist designed several minimalist piles in the forestlands of Connecticut. One such example is the plywood-sheathed Wiley Speculative House, built as a development prototype in 1954 and now on the market for $1.575M. Curbed National has all the listing details (and, of course, photos), right this way. [Curbed National; previously]