The Glass House as a Queer Space
November 15, 2019
The Glass House in New Canaan, CT, famously sheltered its architect Philip Johnson (1906–2005) and his partner, the curator David Whitney, in a relationship that began before the Stonewall rebellion. This event, presented by the Center for Architecture and The Glass House, brings together a panel of scholars and practitioners who will discuss the Glass House as “queer space” and consider the ways in which architecture and design shape queer identities.
Donald Albrecht, Independent curator
Alice Friedman, Wellesley College
Thomas Mellins, Independent curator
Joel Sanders, FAIA, Yale University
Cole Akers, The Glass House
Hilary Lewis, The Glass House
This program is presented by the Center for Architecture and The Glass House.
Friday November 15, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Center for Architecture
Details & registration
Week of November 10th
12A Modern Affair at the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice
15The Glass House as a Queer Space