America’s 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.

USModernist Overview (4 min)

You can't save something if you don't know where it is or why it is important. USModernist® is a nonprofit 501C3 educational archive for the documentation, preservation, and promotion of residential Modernist architecture. With three major sections, USModernist is America’s largest open digital archive of residential Modernist houses and their architects. 

USModernist Masters Gallery: details on the entire residential output, past and present, built and unbuilt, of Wright (Sr. and Jr.), Lautner, Neutra, Rudolph, Ain, Schindler, Ellwood, Soriano, Kundig, Arahuete, Gehry, Gropius, Breuer, Mies, Gwathmey, Meier, Jones (E. Fay and A. Quincy), Williams (Paul and E. Stewart) and 30 more masters of 20th century Modernist residential design. From Los Angeles to Palm Springs to New Canaan to Sarasota to Long Island, here's the nearly complete residential work, built and unbuilt, of the architecture you love.


USModernist Library: 2.6 million pages (6,000+ issues) of nearly every major US 20th-century architecture magazine. Full editions, downloadable, searchable, and free! Includes Architectural Record, Progessive Architecture / Pencil Points, AIA Journal, Architect, Architecture, Residential Architect, Atomic Ranch, Architectural Forum, AIA New York, AIA North Carolina, House+Home, and many more.


USModernist Radio is an architecture podcast that talks and laughs with fascinating people who own, sell, create, love, and hate Modernist architecture, the most controversial in the world. Guests include Moshe Safdie, Tom Kundig, Kate Wagner, Larry Scarpa, Carl Abbott, Paul Goldberger, Marlon Blackwell, Frank Harmon, Sekou Cooke, Eric Lloyd Wright, Kelly Lynch, Alan Hess, Eames Demetrios, Raymond and Dion Neutra, Eric and Susan Saarinen, Alexandra Lange, Nathanial Kahn, Sarah Susanka, and many more.  DWELL named USModernist Radio #2 in their top nine architecture and design podcasts.

USModernist at Modernism Week (8 min version)

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