Docomomo US/Socal's mission is to increase awareness of, and celebrate the unique legacy of, Southern California's Modern Movement and its influences, through education, documentation, and advocacy. We partner with other local, regional, and statewide organizations and agencies to enhance understanding and appreciation of the area's diverse Modern resources.
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Docomomo US/Greater Philadelphia advocates for and creates awareness of Modern Sites, Buildings, Neighborhoods and Landscapes.
Docomomo US/Minnesota website: www.docomomo-us-mn.org
For more on Mid Tex Mod visit their website: http://midtexasmod.blogspot.
Email inquiries can be send to:
Charles M. Peveto
512.350.6034 or cmp78701(AT)yahoo(DOT)com
Docomomo US New Orleans/Louisiana
Additional information coming soon.
The Docomomo US/Florida chapter advances the exploration and documentation of the relevant manifestations of the Modern Movement in the State of Florida, and advocates the conservation and sustainability of these buildings, sites, and neighborhoods as historical resources and references from our recent past.
Docomomo US/Florida hopes to increase public and professional awareness of Florida's Modern Heritage through organized events and tours, developing useful Internet resources, electronic mailing lists, and ongoing documentation outreach to other preservation organizations and professional groups.
The Docomomo US/North Texas Chapter represents a diverse group of professionals and public whose concern is the protection, interpretation and appreciation of the unique manifestations of the Modern Movement within the region. Works by such nationally-recognized architects as William Lescaze, Harrison & Abramovitz, Paul P. Cret, Richard Neutra, F.L. Wright, H.H. Harris, E.L. Barnes, Philip Johnson, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, Louis Kahn, I.M. Pei and Paul Rudolph exist in number within the chapter’s boundaries. In addition, such regional modernists as O’Neil Ford, George Dahl, Howard Meyer, Wyatt Hedrick, Bud Oglesby and many others developed intriguing architectural sensibilities within the context.
Docomomo US/WEWA is a local community of individuals who share a passion for Northwest Modernism. Founded in Seattle in 1998 as a chapter of Docomomo US, we are dedicated to the Documentation and Conservation of the Modern Movement in Western Washington. As a non-profit, 501c(3) organization, we organize tours and events, and advocate for the preservation of Modern resources. Our mission is to increase public awareness and appreciation of Modern design throughout the region. The organization is administered by an all-volunteer, seven-member Board made up of architects, planners, preservationists, architectural historians, and real estate professionals.
Chapter website: www.docomomoga.org