The Architecture


Solid travertine drum and slab; lunette frame and
window beyond. Photo by Eileen Wold, 2003

Designed in 1963 by Philip Johnson and Richard Foster, the Kreeger residence was built on five and a half wooded acres overlooking the nation's capital. The Kreegers were pillars of the Washington DC arts and cultural community, and their love of art, music and architecture resound throughout the building today.
 

The Great Hall of The Kreeger Museum.
Photo by Robert Lautman, 2004