Modernism on the East Coast

Iconic Houses in Latin America

House Tours May 2018 

Expert Meetings

Icons at Risk

Our Badge of Honour

Terence Riley -KEYNOTE SPEAKER- on Philip Johnson

New era for Villa E-1027 and Cap Moderne

Jorge Liernur -KEYNOTE SPEAKER- on Latin American Modernism(s)

Restoring the past: The Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Home Studio

Behind the Scenes: Hendrick de Keyser Association

Latin America Special – Focus on Mexico

De Stijl in Drachten

Preserving the Nancarrow House-Studio

Meet the Friends - Nanne de Ru

Latin America Special – Focus on Brazil

Iconic Houses Lecture Tour - The Weizmann House

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

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

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

This month, the Iconic Houses Network is delighted to welcome the Ungers Archive for Architectural Studies as a new member. The archive is located in the house that Oswald Matthias Ungers designed for his family in Cologne in 1959. The house is a testament to Ungers’ architecture of the 1960s, which won him his first international acclaim.

You can read all about this new arrival, as well as the other new members who have joined us since our launch a few months ago, in our index of houses.

If you're a member, don't forget to log in to our members only area. We're working hard to develop this part of the site into a useful resource where members can share knowledge and expertise, so take a look! You should have received a login name and password from us, but if you haven't yet, then please contact info@iconichouses.org.

On the subject of the members only area, we'd like to thank Gabriella Smith and Sophia Ungers for sharing their expertise with us. We appreciate the input!

Finally - we hope you enjoy your latest visit to the Iconic Houses Network site!

Natascha Drabbe