This photograph was taken at the Four Seasons restaurant in the Seagram building on Philip Johnson’s 90th birthday. Five years later on his 95th birthday the Vanity Fair photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders was invited to take pictures of the event at the same place and almost the same participants. This special attention to the approximately 100-years-old Johnson looks like “ a tribute not so much to the significance of Johnson’s contribution to the history of architecture, but as a reminder of his importance to the cult of fame”.
Further manipulations upon the shared theme.
A liminal threshold of autocad that allows for the complexity of area to achieve a density of curvature that fulfils a parametric control of colour and view, alluding to the original geometric structure imposed by the Altes Museum and their extended family of architectures.