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The picturesque town of New Canaan, Connecticut, is a hotbed of midcentury-modern masterpieces, thanks to the so-called Harvard Five, a group of innovative architects who settled there in the mid-1940s, spearheaded by Eliot Noyes. And while the most well-known architectural treasure is perhaps Philip Johnson’s Glass House, it was actually Noyes who first settled in this serene part of New England and established the movement. Design aficionados now get the rare chance to go inside Noyes’s visionary 1954 family home, which has just opened to the public for the first time with an ambitious new exhibition, on view through November 2020. 

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