Additional NC Architect and Designer Interviews
Charles Kahn, an MIT graduate and Professor of Architecture at NCSU, became the first Dean of the new School of Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Kansas in 1968. During the 1970's, Dean Kahn personally recorded audio interviews with noted architects from around the world.
The Steve Clipp Show
Chapel Hill architect Steven Clipp had an architecture radio show on the internet, later on WPTF.
NCModernist Media Archives2014 WNCT-TV
2014 WUNC-TV North Carolina Now
2014 WPTF Steven Clipp
2014 Winston-Salem architect Adam Sebastian talks about Modernist Houses on the Camel City Dispatch.
2013 NCModernist Legacy Award from AIA North Carolina.
2013 WPTF Steven Clipp
2013 HRH Prince Charles "Press Secretary" announces the name change from Triangle Modernist Houses to North Carolina Modernist Houses.
2012 George Smart on the podcast "Winning the Dream Home Race" with Steven Clipp.
2012 Raleigh TedX talk by Phil Freelon
2012 Dion Neutra, son of Richard Neutra and George Smart discuss Modernist architecture on WFAE.
2012 George Smart presents Mayberry Modernism at Raleigh Pecha Kucha 12.
2011 Charlie Kahn interviews Owen Smith, until 2012 the oldest practicing architect in North Carolina.
2011 Frank Stasio talks with architects John Reese and Jon Zelwegger about why good architecture and good design make the world a better place in 91.5 WUNC Radio.
2010 AIANC Center for Architecture and Design Groundbreaking by David Crawford.
2010 WFAE Charlotte Talks: Mid-Century Moderns in Charlotte, featuring Theo Prudon, Professor of Architecture at Columbia University; Diane Althouse, Executive Director, Historic Charlotte; Ken Lambla, Dean, College of Arts + Architecture at UNC Charlotte.
2010 George Smart speaks on Mayberry Modernism at Raleigh's Urban Design Center.
2010 George Smart interviews Jan Scruggs of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, part of the NCModernist/Ackland Art+Architecture Trip.
2010 George Smart on Mayberry Modernism at Ignite 2.0 in Raleigh. 2010 The Cliff and Linda Butler House in Chapel Hill.
2009 The AIA Triangle Diversity Committee showcases Four Architects.