Tag Archives: Philip Johnson

OHNY intern Kelly O’Grady works at the contemporary French restaurant, Brasserie, in the Seagram Building. She takes us on a tour of the restaurant’s interesting design for this week’s Field Trip Friday. Originally designed by Philip Johnson, along with the Four Seasons above it in the same building, Brasserie was redesigned after a kitchen fire […]

Yesterday, OHNY’s staff got to tour the Motor Vessel Red Hook, one of three sludge boats in D.E.P.’s fleet. The tour started at the North River Plant (one of New York City’s 14 wastewater treatment plants) with Steve Askew, the Plant Superintendent. Located on the Hudson River, west of the West Side Highway from 137th […]

This past last Saturday, OHNY’s executive director, Renee Schacht, attended The Glass House, a new play about Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson and how the Farnsworth House and the Glass House came to be.  Written by June Finfer and produced by Kyle Bergman, an architect along with his brother Evan Bergman, a director, […]