NC Modernist Houses and US Modernist are part of a North Carolina 501C3 educational nonprofit archive committed to documenting, preserving, and promoting residential Modernist architecture. Our work raises awareness and connects people with their passion for preservation and their future dream homes, and preserves the legacy of exceptional works of design for future generations.
Founded in 2007, we documented the Triangle area of North Carolina. By 2013, the name changed to NCMH to reflect statewide coverage. NCMH has won 12 local, state, and national awards for leadership in historic preservation, reviving interest in the state's legacy of great architecture.
In 2015, we expanded again to USModernist, covering the major 20th century Modernist architects and publications.
Founder/Executive Director. George's wife Eleanor refers to this project as "an 11-year seizure."
Development. She just left you a voicemail.
Frank Harmon FAIA
National Affairs. lets us know when our fenestration needs a parti hat.
Tours. Angela books exciting architecture tours then goes on them. She really hates this.
NC Modernist Houses for sale, updated day after day after day after day, for years.
Not her real name. Researches guests from a secret underground location near Whole Foods.
Social Media. Daniel has 14 years experience, total.
US Research. She can find any Modernist house. Resistance is futile.
National PR. it's pronounced kray-vitz. She knows everybody.
Research. He shoots thousands of houses in LA. With his camera.
NC Research. first day on the job, she solved a huge cold case.
Engineer and Announcer. He met the Rolling Stones but not Frank Genry.
Anne Stoddard, Sharon Glazener, George Smart, Eleanor Stell, and Caterri Woodrum.
NCMH provides donors, volunteers, and advocates the information and organization they require to passionately engage the documentation, preservation, and promotion of North Carolina’s residential Modernist architecture.
NCMH provides documentation for nearly every Modernist house in North Carolina. We educate the public through wildly popular Modernist house tours, giving thousands of people access to the most exciting residential architecture, past and present.