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Most people are surprised, even
shocked, to learn North Carolina has the
third largest concentration of Modernist houses in America. Who knew that little
ol' Mayberry would be a center for great residential architecture?
North Carolina Modernist Houses (NCMH) is the world's largest open digital archive for residential Modernist architecture. We are a nonprofit 501C3 educational archive with a three-fold, heartfelt mission for the documentation, preservation, and promotion of Modernist houses.
Then explore the archive of residential Modernist masters such as Wright, Neutra, Kundig, Ain, Arahuete, Gehry, Gropius, Soriano, Meier, Lautner, and many more.
Warning: very, very addictive. There are over 17,000 photos and videos. You could spend hours here. You probably will.NCMH's architecture education initiative for 9th and 10th graders in North Carolina.
NCMH's statewide competition for excellence in residential Modernist architecture.
Sadly, this future didn't come to pass. Fans like us, we love them, but Modernist houses never caught on with the general public. Now these livable works of art are destroyed nearly every week across America.
April 5 and 12: Two Modernist house tours in Raleigh and Chapel Hill. Details and advance discount tickets.
S P E C I A L F E A T U R E SDetailed coverage of the Cherry/Gordon House in Oakwood, with documents, key events, and videos.
Special thanks to the volunteers who donate exceptional time and expertise to our mission.
NCMH's detailed content is America's most extensive -- which is why devoted modernist-oriented visitors return again and again. Become a sponsor and access the North Carolina design community!