||A North Carolina 501C3 Educational Nonprofit Archive Documenting, Preserving, and Promoting Residential Modernist Architecture
Enjoy browsing, but unless otherwise noted, these houses are private property and closed to the public -- so don't go tromping around uninvited.
2008 NCMH Events
The DWELL NextHouse Tour
This is a 5000-square foot home on 13 acres on a gated, private road in Hillsborough NC. It has 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, a large kitchen/dining/living area, adjoining decks on the main level, a family room and an office. It includes a secret loft above the Master Bedroom, a special screened deck off of the main level living room, large windows that show off the beautiful woods, green elements, and cutting-edge design. Jay Williams of Empyrean was on hand to answer questions about the house, built in 2007.
Thanks to volunteers Dennis and Sharon Glazener, Sally McCormick, Tim Stratton, Eleanor Stell, and Jean and Ron Cole. Read more about the house and its architect, Joel Turkel, here. Over 200 people attended. Dennis Glazener took the photos below.
This is one of the Triangle's coolest houses. Four years in the making. The award-winning McCowan Residence in Durham is one of the largest and best examples of modern design in the Triangle. Never before available on a public tour, this house is f
our bedrooms, 6456 square feet, four full bathrooms, and two half baths. Two principals involved in its design and construction, Vinny Petrarca and Charles Holden, were there to answer questions. Over 150 attended.
Rusty Long attended and took 60 photos, here. Dennis Glazener took the photos below. Thanks to both for capturing the moments. Thanks to sponsors Tonic Design and Construction and Oxide Design and Construction. Thanks to TMH Volunteers Dennis and Sharon Glazener, Sally McCormick, Tim Stratton, Eleanor Stell, and Jean and Ron Cole. Read more about the house here.
Our first public tour! Over 250 attended.
TMH Founder George Smart at registration
The Monica Hunter House, 3312 Rugby Road, architect Bill Waddell
3443 Rugby Road, by architect Brian Shawcroft, right photo with Derek Mangum
3429 Rugby Road, by architect Robert Carr