These residences in Western Soho are the last built work of the celebrated-and-debated architect, Philip Johnson, to which he leant the legendary name of his first masterpiece, The Glass House. After Johnson passed away, the project lost its iconic public face. We communicated a continuity of design intention with the lively presence of Johnson's successor and collaborator on the project's interiors, Annabelle Selldorf, and a steady evolution established in modern (but luxurious) design—into the present day.
URBAN GLASS HOUSE 330 Spring Street, NYC
DEVELOPER SK Development
ORIGINAL ARCHITECT Philip Johnson
INTERIORS Selldorf Architects