The Glass House
The Glass House, built between 1949 and 1995 by architect Philip Johnson, is a National Trust Historic Site located in New Canaan, Connecticut. The pastoral 49-acre landscape comprises fourteen structures, including the Glass House (1949), and features a permanent collection of 20th-century painting and sculpture, along with temporary exhibitions.
Located on the banks of the Hudson River in Beacon, New York, Dia:Beacon is just an 80-minute train ride from Grand Central Terminal. Occupying a former Nabisco box printing factory, the museum is the home for Dia’s collection of art from the 1960’s to the present as well as special exhibitions, new commissions, and public and education programs.
House located in Brittany in a natural protected area with a view of the sea and the dunes. Access to the beach within 900 m. Possibility to rent the house for a weekend or vacation.
Built over the thermal springs in the Graubünden Canton in Switzerland, Therme Vals is a hotel and spa in one which combines a complete sensory experience designed by Peter Zumthor.
Naoshima is an island in the Seto Inland Sea that is known for its modern art museums, architecture and sculptures. Part of Kagawa Prefecture, the island with its Mediterranean atmosphere, sandy beaches and sunny weather, combined with a laid back, rural feel is a relaxing getaway from Japan's large urban areas such as Tokyo and Osaka.
Roden Crater is a natural cinder volcano situated on the southwestern edge of the Painted Desert in Northern Arizona.