Exhibitions International will hold a Pearlroth House fundraising event from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm on October 27, 2006 at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY 10012.
A Chain of Events
Modernist Architecture on the Outer Cape:
Marcel Breuer to Charles Jencks
August 18 through October 15
International DOCOMOMO Workshop
“How to Preserve a Housing Utopia: The Documentation and Sustainability of Modern Heritage, Case Study: Ataköy – Istanbul”
Istanbul – Turkey, September 18-25, 2006
DOCOMOMO US presents an online forum. The Woodberry Poetry Room in the Lamont Library at Harvard University (1949) is one of only four extant designs in the United States by the great Finnish architect, Alvar Aalto. Aalto designed the room and, working with his wife, Aino, its furnishings. The planned renovation of the space and its fittings is currently underway and has inspired a lively exchange of views among members of the architecture, design and preservation communities.
Metropolis Magazine’s August 2006 issue is devoted to saving Modern Architecture.
"Condos crushing modern buildings" by Walter Woods for the Atlanta Journal Constitution discusses the loss of Atlanta's modern structures.
October 30 – November 4, 2006, Hilton Nicosia, Cyprus
A joint event for the exchange and sharing of know-how in the areas of Cultural Heritage (CH) and Information Technology (IT) focusing on e-documentation and 3D Computer Graphics.
From Manhattan To Mainhattan: Architecture and Style as Transatlantic
Bulletin of the German Historical Institute, Washington D.C.
Supplement 2 (2006)
An LA Times article about the replication of Case Study House 16.
On Tuesday, June 20, 2006, despite months of active campaigning by local and national preservationists, the Sarasota (Florida) School Board voted 5-0 to demolish Paul Rudolph’s 1957 Riverview High School. As reported in DOCOMOMO US's Summer 2006 newsletter, it was Rudolph’s first major architectural commission, following his remarkable early period of residential design.