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Welcome Atelier Volten in Amsterdam!
Atelier Volten is the still-intact former studio of André Volten (1925-2002) in Amsterdam-North. André Volten was among those in the vanguard of geometric abstract sculpture. As a sculptor Volten was a pioneer in steel. The top floor, where numerous small models of his major works are located and where Volten made his designs, is still in its original state.
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Inside Iconic Houses Tour - Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Join us 31 March for another Inside Iconic Houses tour! We visit the iconic Vizcaya, which was the winter home of industrialist James Deering. Completed between 1916 and 1922, Vizcaya was conceived as a modern and subtropical interpretation of eighteenth-century Italian villas found at country estates of the Veneto region of northern Italy. Vizcaya's modernity lies not in its appearance as a neo-baroque Venetian palazzo in Miami Bay but in its amenaties, which were highly innovative for the time.
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Inside Iconic Houses - Reisley House Tour in Webshop
We kicked off the new year of our Inside Iconic Houses series with a tour of Roland Reisley's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Usonian House in Pleasantville, New York. This was the third Usonia home built by Lloyd Wright in 1951 for a client who was then aged 26, and who has lived in the house ever since. Don't miss the tour, which is led by Kristin Stone.
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Inside Iconic Houses - Sunnylands Tour in Webshop
We closed the first year of our Inside Iconic Houses tour series, with a live tour of Sunnylands, led by its director Janice Lyle. Its architect, Los Angeles-based A. Quincy Jones, was known for innovative modernist buildings. He designed the winter home of Walter and Leonore Annenberg in Palm Springs in 1966. The 25,000-square-foot residence is a classic example of California Midcentury Modern architecture. Interior furnishings were designed in the Hollywood Regency style by William Haines.
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Casa Masó in Girona Celebrates its 10th Anniversary
To commemorate the tenth anniversary of Casa Masó, that opened its doors to visitors in 2012, the Rafael Masó Foundation has organised a series of events about the building and the architect's work, with a retrospective exhibition dedicated to the stained-glass designed by Rafael Masó. The exhibition features stained-glass windows of many projects by Masó, original drawings and historical and contemporary photographs of details of the windows, many of which are in private buildings.
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Maison Cazenave Back to its Original State
Designed by Swiss architect Hans Demarmels, Maison Cazenave (1965) perches on the heights of a village near Orthez in the Southwest of France. The new owners are restoring the house to its original state. A first organized visit by the regional architects association took place in February and regular visits every first Sunday of the month are scheduled for later this year. 'Maison Cazenave is a key work of modernism from the middle of the last century and a house that is unique,' is how the director of the Pavillon de l'Architecture in Pau, describes it.
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Adopt an Icon at Risk - PLEASE DONATE!
Thanks to your donations, we can add new houses to our Icons at Risk Watch List. As well as the 42 icons already listed, we have 30 more houses on our radar worldwide that need research in order to be published. And we need your support for that. Like many non-profits, the Iconic Houses Foundation is in a precarious position due to Covid. Please donate to help us continue putting these houses in the spotlight to try to save them from demolition. Your support means so much to us: thank you!
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