News  2021

A new home for Lippold’s “Orpheus and Apollo” sculpture

Richard Lippold’s shimmery “Orpheus and Apollo” will be arriving at LaGuardia Airport’s new Central Hall in 2022.

Trenton, NJ’s Brutalist Health and Agriculture Buildings half demolished

New Jersey’s capital has disappointing news for preservationists as two of Trenton’s notable midcentury government buildings are in the process of being demolished. One is still intact so preservation efforts continue.

Donald P. Ryder, Black Architect, Dies at 94

Earlier this year the architecture world lost Donald Ryder, partner in a New York firm that designed notable landmarks dealing with Black life and history.

Join our Board

DOCOMOMO US/New York Tri-State seeks board candidates. This is an opportunity for individuals who are passionate about Modern architecture and design to help grow the organization and further its mission.

The James Rose Center opens for a new season and more

The James Rose Center, the suburban laboratory of one of landscape architecture’s most inventive minds, is now open for the summer and fall season.

WMF/Knoll 2021 Modernism Prize — Call for Nominations

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2021 World Monument Fund/Knoll Modernism Prize. The award, established in 2008, serves to acknowledge the preservation work of architects, preservationists and other organizations who have saved modern sites in the last 10 years.

Herman Miller and Knoll announce $1.8 billion merger

It’s true, the big two in midcentury modern are joining forces.