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USModernist® is a Nonprofit 501C3 Educational Archive For the Documentation,
Preservation, and Promotion of Residential Modernist Architecture
The Eduardo Fernando Catalano House, sadly destroyed in 2001.
Photo by Ezra
brilliant mid-century Modernist houses are “livable works of art” torn down in record
numbers – largely because buyers, sellers, and realtors don’t realize
the importance of what they have – or how to preserve, repair, and protect them.
You can't save something if you don't know where it is or why it is
important. With three major sections, USModernist®
is America’s largest open digital archive of residential Modernist
houses and architects.
USModernist Overview (4 min)
The Masters Gallery covers nearly every
Wright (Sr. and Jr.), Neutra, Lautner, Saarinen, Schindler, Williams (Paul
and E. Stewart), Ain, Jones, Gwathmey and 40 other major 20th century Modernist architects.
The archive documents 7,000 Modernist houses, past and present, built
and unbuilt, of 20th century Modernist residential design. The Masters
Gallery has been featured at:
The USModernist Radio podcast engages
fun conversation with fascinating people
who own, sell, create, love, and hate Modernist architecture, the most
controversial buildings in the world. Featured
guests include Moshe Safdie, Josh Ramus, Tom Kundig, Marlon Blackwell,
Frank Harmon, Paul Goldberger, Eric Lloyd Wright, Debbie Millman,
Larry Scarpa, Kelly Lynch, Eames Demetrios, Raymond and Dion Neutra, Susan and
Alexandra Lange, Nathanial Kahn, Kate Wagner, Sarah Susanka, and more. USModernist Radio has been featured at:
The USModernist architecture magazine library houses 2.6 million pages
(6,000+ issues) of nearly every major US architecture magazine since 1891, full
editions all downloadable, searchable, and with free access.
The library includes Architectural Record, Progressive Architecture,
Residential Architect, Architectural Forum, House+Home, AIA New York Oculus, the
Architectural Index, among many others. The USModernist Library has been featured at:
is part of the North Carolina 501C3
nonprofit Modernist Archive Inc., recognized
for leadership in historic preservation with
12 local, state, and
founder and Executive Director,
received 2016 AIA Institute Honors for Collaborative and Professional
Achievement, their highest award for a non-architect. He is the host of
USModernist Radio and
speaks around the country to design, museum, and real estate
George has written for Atomic Ranch and has been featured at:
Contacts: George Smart, Executive Director,
firstname.lastname@example.org, 919.740.8407; Rebekah Laney, Development
email@example.com, (865) 414-5800.
Meet the team.