Architecture / interior design - Philip Johnson and Landis Gores. Meteor Crater pavilion, Arizona, (1949-51).
Tremaine Collection / Miller Co. art & design
6 September 2019 | Updated 11 October 2019
Philip Johnson and Landis Gores
Meteor Crater pavilion
Meteor Crater, Arizona (1949-51; destroyed 1955)
Click to see information about a later design by Philip Johnson at the Meteor Crater, after the first design was destroyed by a windstorm.
To learn more about Philip Johnson and Landis Gores’s Meteor Crater pavilion (1949-51), click the link(s) to article and exhibition compilations with documentation below.
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The Tremaine Collection: 20th Century Masters exhibition catalogue (list of photos of artworks and designs) (1984)
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