IconicHouses.org

news

Icons at Risk

Save the Date! Conference 15-18 May 2018

Latin America Special – Focus on Mexico

Preserving the Nancarrow House-Studio

Meet the Friends - Nanne de Ru

Latin America Special – Focus on Brazil

Jan de Jong’s House is Latest Hendrick de Keyser Acquisition

Stay in a Belgian Modernist Masterpiece

In Berlin’s Modernist Network

Rietveld-Schröder House Celebrates De Stijl Anniversary

Meet Our New Foundation Board Members

Virtual Tour of a Papaverhof Home in 3D

Getty Grant for Villa E-1027

Iconic Dacha

11 Le Corbusier Homes now on Unesco World Heritage List

At home with Le Corbusier

Our Badge of Honour

Wright Plus 2016 Walk

Follow us!

Casa Batlló's innovative Video Guide

Documentary La Ricarda

Richard Hutten at the Sonneveld House

Rent a house designed by Gerrit Rietveld

Barragán House on Screen

Gesamtkunstwerk – An Icon on the Move

Maurice Drue Parrish named Executive Director of Farnsworth House

Triennale der Moderne 27 September - 13 October 2013

Prestigious Art Nouveau mansions in Brussels open

September 14 + 15: Heritage Days in Paris

June's New Arrivals: Museum Apartments

Iconic Houses is now on Twitter and Facebook

Corbu’s Cabanon: Reconstruction and Lecture

Projekt Mies In Krefeld: Life-sized model of the Krefeld Clubhouse

New arrivals: Spain special

MAMO: Le Corbu’s ‘Park in the Sky’ open 12 June

Annual Wright Architectural Housewalk: 18 May

Frank Lloyd Wright Homes on Screen

Message from the Editor

Neutra’s House on Screen

Melnikov House on Screen

Iconic Houses in the media

Message from the Editor

Eileen Gray House on Screen

Copy Culture

Message from the Editor

We are thrilled to announce that the Horta Museum, one of only seven 20th-century houses to be listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site, is joining the Iconic Houses Network.

The Horta Museum, located at 23 and 25 Rue Américaine in Saint-Gilles Brussels, is where the architect Victor Horta (1861-1947) constructed his own house and studio between 1898 and 1901, at the height of Art Nouveau. The original interior decor of the house has largely been preserved: its mosaics, leaded windows, furniture and murals form a harmonious ensemble, finished with the minutest attention to detail. It was the first Art Nouveau building to be classified in the Brussels Region (1963) and was opened to the public in 1969.

Check out our index of houses to discover other iconic homes that have joined our network since our launch just a few months ago.

Enjoy!

Natascha Drabbe