Our Modern Conversations series is back for Fall. Architectural historian Grace Ong Yan will explore the role of architectural branding in the design of midcentury corporate headquarters, drawing on her new book, Buildings Brands: Corporations and Modern Architecture.
Pack your bags and take a trip to Massachusetts this Fall. Docomomo US’s first domestic travel tour, “Mass Modernism,” will feature six days of significant modern sites in Cambridge, Boston, Lincoln, Dartmouth and on Cape Cod.
Bob Rose takes viewers on a virtual tour of the Rose Iron Works covering the history of the studio’s famed decorative Deco metalwork and the three generations of family behind the work.
Art Deco exterior details and stylish lobbies fill this virtual tour exploring the Art Deco history of Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood. Presented by The Art Deco Society of New York.
Pines Modern returns with an all new guided tour of select midcentury modern houses in Fire Island Pines, a Long Island community loaded with architectural gems from the 1960s and 1970s. Tickets go on sale August 1 and go fast.
On the eve of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Justin Beal joins the Parrish Art Museum to discuss World Trade Center architect Minoru Yamasaki’s life and work and other timely topics from his new book Sandfuture.
The Iconic Houses Foundation’s 6th annual international conference celebrates Dutch residential architecture virtually this September with an impressive list of speakers and video house tours.
AIANY and Daniella Ohad team up for this five-session course covering six decades of modernist design themes:Pop Movement, studio furniture, space-age design, Minimalism, Postmodernism, and the “High-Tech” Movement. Series runs September 1–29.