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Philip Johnson, Review of Robin Boyd, The Puzzle of Architecture. Architectural Forum, CXXIV (June, 1966), pp. 72-73, 93.
Philip Johnson, Commencement address, "Our Ugly Cities." South Hadley (Mass.), Mount Holyoke College, June 5, 1966. Published in Mount Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly, L (Summer, 1966), pp. 86-88. Reprinted in Stone Magazine, LXXXVI (September, 1966), pp. 13-14, 21. Excerpted in Fortune, LXXIV (July 1, 1966), p. 68; excerpt reprinted in Terrazzo-Tile and Modern Flooring, II (September, 1966), p p. 7,24.
Philip Johnson, Review of Philip Johnson: Architecture 1949-1965. Architectural Forum, CXXV (October, 1966), pp. 52-53
Hugh Hardy & Associates, Performing Arts Center (University of Toledo: 1966).
Avant-Garde Anachronist in Time: The Weekly Newsmagazine (1966.06.10).
Venturi & Rauch, Frug House 1 & 2 (Princeton, NJ: 1966).
Venturi and Rauch, Tower for Princeton Memorial Park (Hightstown, New Jersey, 1966, project).
The tower is a sign to be seen from the expressway yet to be interesting from close up. Its precedents are the campanile and the commercial sign by the highway. From the highway you see the bold silhouette of the concrete cylinder, and through the openings in the cylinder you see a structural diagonal diaphragm with an appliqué of black and white marble whose op-scaled stripes are like those of the tower at Siena. Inscribed in concrete on the back of the diaphragm sloping toward the viewer is the Twenty-third Psalm, which is seen through a sheet of water. At night the tower is lighted internally to be read from a distance and it becomes a base for a tall beacon of light.
Venturi, Scott Brown, Izenour, Learning From Las Vegas (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1972), p. 114.
Venturi and Rauch, Guild House (Philadelphia: 1961-66), images: 1998.11.04.
Hans Hollein, Rolls Royce Grille on Wall Street (1966).
Claude Parent & Paulo Virilio, St. Bernadette of Banlay Church (Nevers, France: 1964-66).