Art: Add Water, Mix & Pour

People who live in concrete houses can throw stones. They can also laugh at fires, earthquakes and termites. And now they can take an art collector's pleasure in looking at the place they live in as though it were an outsized sculpture (see color pages).

Curves & Squares. For Manhattan Physician Howard Taylor, Architect John M. Johansen has built a many-chambered nautilus. Johansen, who trained under Walter Gropius, has veered away from the Master's Bauhaus cubism into a vocabulary of curves and coils, pleasing both to look at and to live in. The Taylor...

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