Ten Case Study Houses now listed in the National Register of Historic Places
Following nearly a decade of effort by the Los Angeles Conservancy’s Modern Committee (ModCom), eleven Southern California homes from the renowned Case Study House program have gained national recognition for their historic and architectural significance.
The Los Angeles Conservancy Modern Committee (ModCom) was formed in 1984 in response to the unabated destruction of post-World War II architecture in Greater Los Angeles. Since then, the volunteer committee has expanded to include all twentieth-century architecture and related fields. The committee holds events and helps to identify and protect significant Modern buildings. For more information, visit the ModCom section of the Conservancy website or modcom.org.
Mid-Century Marvelous: An Evening at the Brody House - Saturday, October 19, 2013
To benefit the Los Angeles Conservancy