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Architect Philip Johnson built his famous Glass House in New Canaan, Conn., in 1949, when the rectilinear, one-story residence was decidedly avant-garde. In the 70 years since, the influence of the Pritzker Architecture Prize winner’s minimalist design has swept the globe, with glass homes growing as popular in the woods of upstate New York as on the gleaming Pacific Coast, and all the way from California to Nicaragua.

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