Long Island Modernism 1930-1980 modern-living-room

Long Island Modernism 1930-1980

Mary Griggs and Jackson Burke House (1954), The Architects Collaborative, from the book "Long Island Modernism 1930-1980" by Caroline Rob Zaleski

Photograph: Ezra Stoller © Esto, courtesy of W. W. Norton

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The Japanese influence also extended to the artwork that furnished the house. The Mary Griggs Burke Collection of Japanese Art has been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and is considered one of the best private collections of such art outside Japan. The living room, shown here, features an Edo-period screen that Frank Lloyd Wright had purchased for Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin.

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Vaulted ceiling, glass wall and deck
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I like the way the artwork hangs above that long thin window
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