Philip Johnson

Philip Johnson was an American architect and one of the most influential figures in 20th-century architecture. Johnson is best known for his contributions to the International Style of architecture, a modernist movement that emphasized clean lines, simple forms, and the use of new materials such as glass and steel. Throughout his career, Johnson worked on a wide range of projects, including office buildings, museums, and cultural centers, and was awarded numerous honors, including the Pritzker Prize, the highest honor in architecture.

“Architecture is the art of how to waste space.” – Philip Johnson