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Connecticut Is a Hotbed of Fascinating Architecture
The New York Post, Apr 14, 2016
"For design with a dose of springtime sun, head to Grace Farms — a New Canaan community center with 80 acres of outdoor space"
Apr 14, 2016
MoMA Offers Japanese Navigators in an Architectural Firmament
The New York Times, Mar 31, 2016
"I suggest a visit to Grace Farms, near Philip Johnson's own experiment in transparency, the Glass House, to experience its connection to its setting"
Mar 31, 2016
PariDust, Mar 25, 2016
"The slippage between nature, art, fashion, architecture and progressive minds punctuates this moment in time."
Mar 25, 2016
3 Stunning Architectural Projects That Are Worth a Visit
CTCottages & Gardens, Mar 5, 2016
"they also prompt visitors to appreciate their surroundings; settings designed to be an integral part of the overall aesthetic experience."
Mar 5, 2016
When Stars Align: MoMA’s Japanese Constellation Showcases the Country’s Finest Architects
Architizer, Mar 14, 2016
"Sejima said the aim of the project in Connecticut was “to think of architecture as part of the landscape, or hopefully as part of the environment."
Mar 14, 2016
‘Sejima Lit Up When We Said We Wanted Grace Farms to Disappear Into the Landscape’
The Architectural Review, Mar 7, 2016
"Sejima and Nishizawa played the landscape with the respect that a violinist would accord a Stradivarius."
Mar 7, 2016