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When the world opens up again...
... we will see a kind of hedonistic catching-up behaviour that, among other things, will translate into wanderlust. Until then, join us and travel Iconic Houses from the comfort of your own home. Enjoy! 

Note: Plan any physical visits well in advance, as house museums can have irregular visiting times and coronavirus guidelines often require online reservation.
Inside Iconic Houses - Exclusive Live Tour of the Gamble House
On Thursday 22 April, Iconic Houses donors are invited to a behind-the-scenes live-stream tour of the Gamble House led by Ted Bosley! Join us as our special guests as he opens locked doors, reveals what's behind hidden panels and shines a light in some famously dark corners. Then join in what promises to be a lively Q&A at the conclusion of the tour.

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Call to Action: Save Maison Zilveli from Demolition!
On behalf of Peter Wyeth, author of the new book, The Lost Architecture of Jean Welz, we draw your attention to an urgent petition to save Maison Zilveli in Paris. This rare example of a modernist house in Paris was designed by Jean Welz in 1933. Read more about the house's history and significance in Wyeth’s article in our Icons at Risk section, and see renderings of the future villa, after the proposed reconstruction.

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How a Building Tells a Story - Online Event 19 April
The Liebling Haus in Tel Aviv invited three Iconic Houses members to present their ideas on how to tell the story of a building and bring its spirit to life. The event will focus on different ways of displaying iconic modernist architecture around the world. With Hilary Lewis (The Glass House, USA), Asdis Olafsdottir (Maison Louis Carré, France) and Natascha Drabbe (Iconic Houses Network, Netherlands).
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Welcome Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park!
Nestled in grassy fields on 10 acres in Kirkwood, Missouri, the Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park, aka the Kraus House, is a unique and significant residence designed in 1958. The 1,900-square-foot home designed for Russell and Ruth Kraus is an excellent example of Wright's democratic vision, intended to provide middle-class Americans with beautiful architecture at an affordable price.
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Adopt an Icon at Risk - PLEASE DONATE
Thanks to your donations, we can add new listings to the 42 houses that you find currently on our Icons at Risk Watch List. Worldwide, we have researched 30 more houses and we need your help to publish them. The Iconic Houses Foundation, like many non-profits, is in a precarious position due to Covid-19. Please donate to help us continue putting these houses in the spotlight to (hopefully) save them from demolition.
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