See Famed Architect Philip Johnson’s New York State Pavilion Mid-Makeover


    A recent visit to the New York State Pavilion in Flushing Meadows found the “modern ruin” in the midst of a makeover. The Pavilion was designed for the 1964 World’s Fair by famed architect Philip Johnson.

    The crowd-funded New York State Pavilion Paint Project is restoring the Pavilion in an attempt to return it to its former glory. The repainting is slowly but surely making a difference. See photos and read all about it on Brownstoner Queens.

    Photo by Kevin Walsh

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