Friday, February 5, 2010
'Goodwin Place', the estate of Philip Lippincott Goodwin designed by himself c. 1917 in Woodbury. Goodwin was a partner in the architectural firm of Goodwin, Bullard & Woolsey and at one time vice chairman of the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. Goodwin, along with Edward Durell Stone, designed the MoMA building in 1939 in the International Style. The house was purchased in 1969 by the Highland Academy but was demolished in 1975 to make way for development. Click HERE to see where 'Goodwin Place' would have stood on google earth.