Architecture You Love
A North Carolina 501C3 Educational Nonprofit Archive Documenting, Preserving, and Promoting Residential Modernist Architecture

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2014 Events

2014 Advisory Council:  Megan Patnaik, BuildSense / Virginia Faust, Coldwell Banker / Wendy Robineau / Jerry Tester, Smart Homes and Business / Ellen Cassilly, ECA / Bailey Allred, Smith Sinnett / Kim Weiss, BlueplatePR / Bill Hopkins, AIA / Caterri Woodrum, North Carolina Museum of Art / Gwynn Thayer, NC State University Special Collections / Martha Lauer, Raleigh Historic Development Commission / Tara Barthelmess, Rolesville High School / Heather Fearnbach, Fearnbach History Services / Michael Abensour, Kramden Institute


December 2014
NCMH Thirst4Architecture
Elijah Leed, Durham



The 2014 T4A series is powered by Emilie Huin / 501 Realty, specializing in Modernist houses in the Triangle.



Over 85 people attended.

December 2014
NCMH MODTriangle Architecture Movie Series
Raleigh Grande, Raleigh



The classic film that inspired a generation of architects, based on the Ayn Rand book about the idealisms of architecture vs the realities of architecture. Starring Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal, the film has what are now some funny and awkward moments -- which we enhanced Mystery Science Theatre 3000-style with special guests:



Comedian, architect, blogger, and the master of coffee and angst, Jody Brown;
and comedy standup sensation Marcie Maier. 40 people attended.

November 2014
NCMH Thirst4Architecture
Carol Joy Shannon and the Chromazones
 Studio One, Raleigh







The 2014 T4A series is powered by Emilie Huin / 501 Realty, specializing in Modernist houses in the Triangle. 38 people attended.

November 2014
NCMH LA Confidential Trip



at an Eichler house in Balboa Highlands



at another Eichler in Balboa Highlands



at original resident Bernie Grossman's Eichler house in Balboa Highlands



at the Sheats/Goldstein House in LA, designed by John Lautner



at the Harvey House in LA, designed by John Lautner



at the Kaufmann House in Palm Springs, designed by Richard Neutra



at Case Study House 21 in LA, designed by Pierre Koenig



at the Stahl House in LA, designed by Pierre Koenig

Our 25 crazy architecture fans got to see Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House, Richard Neutra's VDL, Flavin, and Kambara Houses, Rudolf Schindler's Elliott House and six more in Echo Park, John Lautner's Silvertop and Sheats/Goldstein houses, three Eichler houses, the Getty Center by Richard Meier, the Bailey House by Pierre Koenig, Frey's Frey II and the Palm Springs Museum of Art, LA City Hall, the Bradbury Building, the new LA Cathedral, Silver Lake, and several more. In Palm Springs, we saw the Neutra's Kaufmann House (above), Neutra's Miller House, Ship of the Desert, and dozens more from the exterior.

The adventure wrapped up with an evening at the iconic Stahl House designed by Pierre Koenig overlooking the 270-degree vista of LA followed by a pilgrimage to the In-and-Out Burger near LAX. Super thanks to Becky Shankle of BESH for tour sponsorship. Thanks to Angela Roehl of Keller Williams for trip planning. And thanks to the wonderfully gracious homeowners, our resourceful and experienced guides Laura Smith, Trevor O'Donnell, and George Pudlo, realtor Crosby Doe, and Catherine Meyler for a trip that competely blew our minds.

"I thought the LA trip was really designed and executed in top flight fashion - same as the others I've been on with NCMH. Am looking forward to the next one." -- Dick League

"Absolutely stellar trip to the holy grail of MCM - and with a fantastic group of people, no less. I'll be talking about this epic trip forever!" -- Becky Shankle

"I have bragged to everyone among my contacts about what a great tour LA/Palm Springs was. It was the best. As you nay know I travel a lot with all kinds of tours and honestly you run the top tour. The organization, the houses, the group, the fun are all quality events. Your education for Modernist architecture to all of us is outstanding. I am gushing but with good cause." -- Marge Yanker


November 2014
NCMH MODTriangle Architecture Movie Series
Full Frame Theatre, American Tobacco Complex, Durham

Unfinished Spaces (2011) Poster

Sponsored by Randy Lanou and Erik Mehlman of BuildSense

In 1961, three young, visionary architects were commissioned by Fidel Castro and Che Guevara to create Cuba's National Art Schools on the grounds of a former golf course in Havana, Cuba. Construction of their radical designs began immediately and the school's first classes soon followed. Dancers, musicians and artists from all over the country reveled in the beauty of the schools, but as the dream of the Revolution quickly became a reality, construction was abruptly halted and the architects and their designs were deemed irrelevant. Forty years later the schools are in use but remain unfinished and decaying. Castro invited the exiled architects back to finish their unrealized dream. 50 people attended.

October 2014
CLICK Photography Exhibition at Cassilhaus



For Mod Squad Members and their guests
Sponsored by KONTEK Systems, Frank Konhaus and Wes Newman
40 people attended


October 2014
Modapalooza 3 Mobile Modernist Tour
Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill NC


The 2014 Aiyyer House, Carrboro, designed by Jason Hart.





The 2014 Snow/Sause House, Chapel Hill, designed by Phil Szostak.



The Larry Wheeler House Renovations, Chapel Hill. Alterations in 2008 by Louis Cherry, 2013 by Robby Johnston and Craig Kerins.




The 2006 Duda House, Durham, designed by Turan Duda.







The 2002 Paletz/Moi House, designed by Kenneth Hobgood. Bottom two photos by Leilani Carter.





The 2014 Coyle/Johnston House, designed by Robby Johnston. Bottom photo by Leilani Carter.



The 2014 Dasgupta/Saucier House, designed by Robby Johnston and Craig Kerins.

The 2014 Hungry Neck Residence, designed by Craig Kerins.





The 2014 Cherry/Gordon House, designed by Louis Cherry.
Bottom photo by Leilani Carter. Featuring a closing reception by


PieBird – The finest quality all natural pies in Raleigh & beyond

"Thank you for all your hard work, enthusiasm and efficiency. It was a very interesting and stimulating day in so many ways!" -- Brigid Hogan

"Thanks for a great day, everything was PERFECT included the food!" -- Michele Bernoux

"I don't know how it can be, but this tour was even better than the last!" -- Leilani Carter

50 people attended the tour.


October 2014
NCMH Thirst4Architecture
Frank Harmon Architect
Prairie Ridge Ecostation, Raleigh

The 2014 T4A series is powered by Emilie Huin / 501 Realty, specializing in Modernist houses in the Triangle.









At what was described by many as the perfect weather moment, 80 people gathered at sunset, hosted by Frank Harmon and his staff, at the Prairie Ridge Ecostation, an outdoor classroom he and Sara Glee Queen designed ten years ago. Built by Randy Lanou. Photos by Leilani carter.

October 2014
 NCMH Sponsor/Mod Squad Appreciation Party
Durham











About 120 attended, entertained by Peter Lamb and the Wolves and this year's special cake, the Cherry/Gordon House - along with Louis Cherry and Marsha Gordon! Cake by Tara Barthelmess. Top photo by Ormando Harris, second by George Smart, rest by Leilani Carter.


October 2014
NCMH MODTriangle Architecture Movie Series
Fully Awake: Black Mountain College
Full Frame Theatre, American Tobacco Complex, Durham




Introduction by NCSU College of Design Adjunct Associate Professor Margret Kentgens-Craig, author of The Bauhaus in America, speaking about the Bauhaus movement and the influence of Black Mountain College on architecture.

Hidden in the mountains of Western North Carolina, Black Mountain College (1933-1957) was an influential experiment in education that inspired and shaped twentieth century American art. This is a documentary film that explores the college's radical approach to arts education. Learn how the confluence of this diverse community came together to create a unique educational model. Through narration, archive photography, and interviews with students, teachers, historians, and current artists, the movie investigates the development of this very special place; the site of Buckminster Fuller's first geodesic dome, John Cage's first 'happening', Gropius and Breuer, the Black Mountain Review, and how its collaborative curriculum inspired innovations that would change the very definition of "art." Sponsored by Dail Dixon FAIA, bringing decades of expertise from mid-century Modernist renovation to inspiring, sustainable 21st-century houses from the ground up. 75 people attended.


September 2014
NCMH Thirst4Architecture
Gallery C, Raleigh

The 2014 T4A series is powered by Emilie Huin / 501 Realty,specializing in Modernist houses in the Triangle.





50 people joined Charlene, Sharon, and the staff of Gallery C featuring a talk about mid-century Modern North Carolina artists and a painting by Claude Howell, above.

The Frank Lloyd Wright/Fallingwater Tour
September 2014

25 architectural adventurers went on NCMH's annual trip to Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece; another remarkable Wright house, Kentuck Knob; a house by Robert Venturi; a house by Richard Meier. And an architecture cruise through the rivers of Pittsburgh!




September 2014
Preservation Durham/NCMH Duke Forest Modernist House Tour

Duke University originally developed the Duke Forest neighborhood, just south of Duke University’s campus, for faculty and staff in the 1960's. Many homes are still owned by Duke-related families. While Duke Forest includes a mix of architectural styles, there are more mid-century modern houses than anywhere else in Durham.



The 1966 Knight House, aka the Duke University President's House, designed by Alden Dow



The 1969 Booth House, 1817 Woodburn, a Deck House renovated by architect Bill Waddell



The 1956 Heyman House, 1216 Woodburn, designed by Kenneth Scott, renovated by Eric Lazzari.



The 2013 Jeff and Charity Strang House, 1709 Tisdale, designed by Randy Lanou of BuildSense. Special guest Erik Mehlman of BuildSense.



The 1980 Crapo Residence, 1728 Tisdale, designed by Jon Condoret. Special guest architect Arielle Condoret Schechter.



The 1963 Lakin House, 2709 McDowell, designed by Arthur Cogswell. Architect Dail Dixon spoke about the house and his good friend Cogswell. Special guest: original client Mrs. Lakin

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The 1961 Davison House, 1639 Marion, designed by Kenneth Scott.



Registration sponsored by Sara Lachenman of 4/1 Design.

500 people attended the tour on a beautiful September Saturday.


September 2014
Raleigh

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NCMH's George Smart was a juror for the annual food drive/design competition. Here's the winning design, made of cans of food which will be donated to families in need.


August 2014
NCMH Thirst4Architecture
McConnell Studios, Raleigh NC

The 2014 T4A series is powered by Emilie Huin / Coldwell Banker HPW,
specializing in Modernist houses in the Triangle.





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Over 150 attended Matt McConnell's annual studio party! Photo by Rebekah Laney.


August 2014
Hillsborough's Secret Museum
Hillsborough NC

In the historic district of Hillsborough, Steven Burke and Randy Campbell’s home – a grouping of five modern Greek Revival buildings they have designed on the site since 1994 – is a private museum, not routinely open to the public. It contains the nation’s largest collection of American folk art buildings, over 1,000 renderings of houses and stores, Ferris wheels and carousels, gas stations and factories, Grant’s Tomb and Independence Hall, theaters and schools, an ice rink and a bowling alley, bridges and castles and churches. Made mostly from the 1860s until about 1950 by largely anonymous persons, the buildings of real or imagined communities tell much about our culture, history, and architecture. This event was a rare opportunity to see the nationally unique collection and to experience, in small scale with large delight, our architectural history.


August 2014
The 1969 Arthur Cogswell House Tour
Chapel Hill





This extraordinary example of mid-century architecture is considered by many to be one of Arthur Cogswell’s most inspired residential designs. Built in 1969 as his personal residence, the home won an AIA North Carolina Design award in 1971 and was one of the first homes in the state to be built around a courtyard pool. Cogswell’s daughters Elizabeth and Amanda (who grew up in the home) were on hand for the crowd of over 300 people.


July 2014
Mayberry Modernism
North Regional Library, Raleigh



About 45 people attended George Smart's keynote presentation Mayberry Modernism at Raleigh's North Regional Library, designed by Clearscapes and completed in 2006.

July 2014
Mayberry Modernism
West Regional Library, Cary

 35 people attended at this Cary library designed by Clearscapes of Raleigh.


July 2014
2014 George Matsumoto Prize Awards
CAM, Raleigh

Plus the First Red Chair Society Induction and the first student winners of Project BauHow.









Leslie Glascock, Emilie Huin, Deborah Rodgers, and Sharon Glazener.



Troy Winterrowd (left) and Kelly Erin-Spinney (right) of Modern Asheville came down to join George Smart (center) for the Awards.



The return of Modernist musical chairs, sponsored by:

PALETTE & PARLOR

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Music by Kurt Melges. Over 150 people attended! Sponsored by CAM-Raleigh and Foundation (Will Alphin and Vincent Whitehurst). Photos by Leilani Carter.

 July 2014
Mayberry Modernism
Cameron Village Library, Raleigh

 35 people attended at the Cameron Village Library, designed by Louis Cherry of Cherry Huffman Architects (later RATIO). Photo by Matt Robinson.


June 2014
Atlantic Citizens Advisory Council
Green Road Community Center, Raleigh



NCMH Board Member Leslie Glascock spoke on Project BauHow. 24 people attended.

June 2014
NCMH Thirst4Architecture
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Raleigh NC

The 2014 T4A series is powered by Emilie Huin / Coldwell Banker HPW,
specializing in Modernist houses in the Triangle.







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The folks at Wilkinson Supply Company put out a great spread in their giant kitchen and bath showroom. 35 people attended. Top two photos by Leilani Carter; rest by Jenny Griffith of Wilkinson. Lots of happy people won door prizes!

June 2014
Activate 14
AIA North Carolina, Raleigh



NCMH was a sponsor for the Activate14 event held at the AIANC building on downtown Raleigh. About 200 people attended over the course of the day.

June 2014
Raleigh Public Record Panel - "Raleigh Talks"
Tir Na Nog, Raleigh NC



Kim Weiss, 3rd from left, represented NCMH on a panel about the Oakwood controversy and the larger question of growth in the downtown area in a panel convened by the Raleigh Public Record. 30 people attended.

May 2014
Mayberry Modernism
Hickory NC

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About 60 people attended George's Smart's talk on Mayberry Modernism prior to the opening of the 20th annual Romance of the Home and Garden Tour. For the first time, the Tour included a Modernist house!

May 2014
NCMH Thirst4Architecture
in situ studio, Raleigh NC

The 2014 T4A series is powered by Emilie Huin / Coldwell Banker HPW,
specializing in Modernist houses in the Triangle.










62 people braved a huge storm to mingle at the in situ offices of Erin Sterling Lewis and Matt Griffith. Photos by Leilani Carter.

May 2014
The 1962 Northwestern Insurance Building Tour
3515 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh NC







About 150 people visited this Milton Small-designed icon, Raleigh's best example of a mid-century Modern office building. It will be destroyed in the fall unless a suitable tenant is found. Small's son, architect Milton III, was on hand to talk about the building and his Dad. Color photos by Leilani Carter.

May 2014
The 1954 Poland/DeFeo House Tour
Bahama NC







 Originally in Raleigh, this classic Modernist house designed by George Matsumoto was moved and a downstairs addition designed by architect Ellen Cassilly in 2002. 62 people attended.

May 2014
Mayberry Modernism
The Garage, Winston-Salem NC

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NCMH's George Smart spoke on the history of Winston-Salem and North Carolina Modernism for a standing-room-only crowd of 80 at one of North Carolina's best music clubs.

April 2014
Activate 14, Raleigh



NCMH's George Smart was a juror for the Activate14 competition in Raleigh.

April 2014
Knock Knock



Knock Knock: The Triangle's Most Unusual Houses is a monthly article in the News and Observer powered by NCMH to spotlight Modernist residential architecture in the Triangle. This month we featured the Hamlin House in Durham, designed by Ellen Cassilly.


April 2014
The NCMH Washington DC Modernist Tour

We were on theHollin Hills Mid-Century Modern Tour, seeing six great houses and gardens. Many thanks to the Hollin Hills committee for their extraordinarily generous and customized hosting. We were completely blown away by the attention to detail in the houses! Photo by Leilani Carter.



 

We visited Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House in Alexandria and the Pre-Columbian Pavilion by Phillip Johnson at Dumbarton Oaks. Photos by Leilani Carter.

WThen, through special arrangements exclusive to NCMH, we toured two houses generally closed to the public: The Marden House, also by Frank Lloyd Wright, dramatically situated on the Potomac, and the Hooper II House, Marcel's Breuer's marvel near Baltimore. Middle two photos by Leilani Carter.

 And there was a dinner cruise on the Potomac, plus the National Building Museum and the Hirshhorn Museum. 24 people went on this great trip. Many special thanks to Billy Dunlap and Jim Kimsey, Richard and Tatyana North, Deborah Rodgers and Eleanor Stell, Tania Ryan and the Hollin Hills Tour Committee.

While we were in DC, we ran into Tara Barthelmess, Project BauHow students from Rolesville HS, who separately toured the Pope Leighey house, below:


April 2014
NCMH Thirst4Architecture
TRIG Modern, Raleigh NC

The 2014 T4A series is powered by Emilie Huin / Coldwell Banker HPW,
specializing in Modernist houses in the Triangle.




Owner Bob Drake and friends.



Brian Shawcroft's still got game!



Bob Drake and Ann Marie Baum of TRIG Modern hosted a retro party at their amazing modern furnishings store, 328 West Jones Street, Raleigh. 70 people attended.

April 2014
NCMH Legal Defense Fund Kickoff
Raleigh



65 people gathered at the home of Mack Paul to celebrate the kickoff of the NCMH Legal Defense Fund with special guests Louis Cherry, the star of Monkey Time (Todd Morman), and Marsha Gordon.

April 2014
Preservation Chapel Hill Lake Forest Tour

Hundreds immersed themselves in Chapel Hill's beautiful Modernist architecture with a tour of six 1960's era homes in the Lake Forest neighborhood, a large subdivision developed around Eastwood Lake. NCMH provided ticket support to PCH. About 250 people attended.

1921 South Lakeshore Drive, designed by architect Jon Condoret

1730 Allard Road, designed by Anne Stevens

plus 408 Ridgecrest, designed by George Kachergis; 2131 North Lakeshore Drive, architect unknown; and 1920 South Lakeshore Drive, architect unknown


April 2014
Free Student NCMH Architecture Movie Night at Rolesville HS
Rolesville NC



5 students attended.

April 2014
The NCMH 1959 Philip Rothstein House Tour
Designed by Milton Small
912 Williamson Drive, Raleigh


Not open to the public for tour since 2006, the magnificent, award-winning Rothstein house is one of Raleigh's finest examples of mid-century Modern design by architect Milton Small. Rothstein was owner of Southeastern Radio, so the house was packed with 1960's technology. Designed by Small and Joseph Boaz, and built by the Dean of Modernist construction, Frank Walser, the house is perfectly preserved and all fixtures are original. About 100 people attended.


March 2014
Knock Knock



Knock Knock: The Triangle's Most Unusual Housesis a monthly article in the News and Observer powered by NCMH to spotlight Modernist residential architecture in the Triangle. This month we featured the Strickland House in Raleigh by Frank Harmon. Photo by Jeffrey Jacobs.

March 2014
NCMH Press Conference
516 Euclid Street, Raleigh

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 NCMH held a press conference at the Cherry/Gordon House. NCMH Board Chair George Smart announced the NCMH Legal Defense Fund, with comments by Marsha Gordon and Louis Cherry. 35 supporters from Oakwood, Raleigh, and the Triangle attended, covered by WNCN, WRAL, the News and Observer, Time Warner, and WTVD.


March 2014
NCMH Thirst4Architecture
Raleigh Architecture and Construction Companies, Raleigh NC

The 2014 T4A series is powered by Emilie Huin / Coldwell Banker HPW,
specializing in Modernist houses in the Triangle.


About 100 people attended a great brick-fired pizza party hosted by owners Robby Johnston and Craig Kerins at the offices of Raleigh Architecture and Construction companies.


March 2014
NCMH Thirst4Architecture
Eidolon Designs, Raleigh NC



A crowd of 135 attended in the freezing rain to a sumptuous oyster roast put
on by Eidolon Designs: Mike and Ann and Sean and Ned.

March
2014
Free Student NCMH Architecture Movie Night at Rolesville HS
Rolesville NC



Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright's Masterwork, by Kenneth Love.
20 students attended.

February 2014
2014 NC Preservation Director's Conference
Hosted by NCMH in Durham NC




Co-hosted with Preservation Durham, NCMH hosted part of this conference of 20 Preservation Directors and staff from around North Carolina at 5409 Pelham Road, Durham. Architectural Historian Cynthia De Miranda was the speaker (she's by the laptop). Photos by Jack Thomson.

February 2014
Knock Knock



Knock Knock: The Triangle's Most Unusual Housesis a monthly article in the News and Observer powered by NCMH to spotlight Modernist residential architecture in the Triangle. This month we featured the Lakeshore House in Chapel Hill, designed by Weinstein Friedlein Architects. Photo by Mike Cincala.

Mayberry Modernism
Palm Springs CA
February 2014





 



George Smart spoke to over 200 people at the Annenberg Theatre during Palm Springs Modernism Week. Right photo by Mark Picascio. Bottom two photos by Leilani Carter.

NCMH ModTriangle Architecture Movie Series
Raleigh Grande
February 2014
Lioness Among Lions: The Architect Zaha Hadid (2010)



Winner of the prestigious Pritzker prize in 2004 and the Praemium Imperiale in 2009, the English-Iraqi architect and designer Zaha Hadid has long been controversial. This film spotlights visionary achievements around the world: the MAXXI contemporary art museum in Rome, the CMA-CGM tower in Marseille, the Guangzhou Opera and a performing arts centre in Abu Dhabi. The film provides an overview of her main projects from London to Hong Kong and in the United Arab Emirates and features commentaries by Tom Krens of the Guggenheim Foundation, architect Patrick Schumacher, photographer Hélène Binet, publisher Francesco Dalco and stylist Karl Lagerfeld. About 100 people attended.

Mayberry Modernism
January 2014



George Smart spoke to about 20 Rotarians at the Hope Valley Country Club.

Appetite4Architecture
18 Seaboard, Raleigh
January 2014

featuring winning architects and designers of the 2013 Matsumoto Prize. 32 people attended.

"Terrific food, conversation, and expert commentary!" - Grace W. Ueng 

"You put on a fantastic program last night. It's been a few years since I've been to a dinner and I really liked the format. I thought it was a nice recognition for the architects and the group questions were fun and engaging. I think it is an event that the architects will look forward too in the future and it was very educational for non architects. Overall just a very enjoyable event." -- Leslie Glascock

"Great night George! It was pretty cool to see and hear the architects collaborating amongst each other. The synergy was great, and it was obvious they enjoyed sharing their insight and knowledge to us. Looking forward to the next one! Kim Weiss did a great job too!" Duffy Healey


January 2014
Knock Knock



Knock Knock: The Triangle's Most Unusual Houses is a collaborative effort between the News and Observer and NCMH to spotlight Modernist residential architecture in the Triangle. This month we featured the Smart/Stell house in Durham.


Mayberry Modernism
January 2014



George Smart spoke on Mayberry Modernism to 70 members of the Raleigh Business and Professional Women's Forum.


NCMH ModTriangle Architecture Movie Series
Raleigh Grande
January 2014

If You Build It (2013)

If You Build It follows designer-activists Emily Pilloton and Matthew Miller to rural Bertie county, the poorest in North Carolina, where they work with local high school students to transform both their community and their lives. Living on credit and grant money and fighting a change-resistant school board, Pilloton and Miller lead their students through a year-long, full-scale design and build project that does much more than just teach basic construction skills: it shows thirteen teenagers the power of design-thinking to re-invent not just their town but their own sense of what's possible.

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The Raleigh Historic Development Commission sponsored a workshop on designating your property a Modern Raleigh Historic Landmark. Modernist enthusiast Nick Fountain, owner of the Fadum House, a Raleigh Historic Landmark, shared his experience rehabilitating and adding on to the historic structure, including how he worked with the RHDC to preserve and expand a modern landmark.