The 1954 Eduardo Fernando Catalano House in Raleigh NC (sadly destroyed), North Carolina's second most famous house after Biltmore. From left to right, some of the many kids who loved it: Smitty, Ginny, Bev, Pam, and Marty in a photo by legendary architecture photographer Ezra Stoller.
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You cannot save something without knowing where it is or why it is important. USModernist is an award-winning nonprofit 501C3 educational archive for the documentation, preservation, and promotion of residential Modernist architecture. America's brilliant mid-century Modernist houses are livable works of art sadly torn down in record numbers, largely because buyers, sellers, and realtors do not realize the importance of what they have or how to preserve, repair, and protect these houses. With four major sections, 7,500 houses, and nearly 3,000,000 pages of 20th-century architecture magazines, USModernist is America's largest open digital archive of Modernist houses and their architects.