Conference Calls

The Iconic Houses Conference last November was a great success. If you weren't fortunate enough to join us in Barcelona, you can still enjoy the lectures on our IH Video Channel. Tim Benton's presentation for instance on Eileen Gray's house E1027, which opens to the public in May 2015. Read more >>

Hello to a New York icon!

This month we are thrilled to welcome our first New York City-based house museum, the Modulightor Building by Paul Rudolph. Located in the heart of Manhattan’s Decorative Arts district, it attracts architecture enthusiasts from around the world. Today, it is home to the Paul Rudolph Foundation. View Special >>

Work in Progress: The Pearlroth House

The Pearlroth House, also known as ‘the Double Diamond’, is a highlight among the modest but imaginative wooden mid-century weekend homes built by architect Andrew Geller. Fortunately, the son of the original clients, Jonathan Pearlroth, has decided to keep the house for future generations. Read more >>

Welcome Gaudí House Museum!

The Gaudí House Museum in Barcelona's Park Güell is designed by architect Fransesc Berenguer in close cooperation with Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (1852-1926). It was the residence of Gaudí from 1906 until late-1925 and officially opened to the public in 1963. Today it gives the visitor a more intimate glimpse of the Catalan architect. View on our map >>

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While our website is the place to go for the collected profiles of our 150 members and our own news items, our Facebook page is where you’ll find updates on the various activities of our members, plus many other interesting items that we encounter or produce ourselves – also involving non-members. Read more >>

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