Revolver, by Richard Foster, Philip Johnson's Collaborator
For fans of modern houses, this one is interesting, to say the least: a revolving house, on a pedestal, with a view of the suburban countryside in Wilton, Connecticut. It was built by Richard Foster, who worked on a lot of projects with Philip Johnson. Foster in fact lived there until his death, in 2002.
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Labels: modern architecture