North Carolina Modernist Houses (NCMH), the award-winning non-profit organization dedicated to documenting, preserving, and promoting Modernist residential design across the state, has announced the members of the 2015 NCMH Advisory Council.
Advisory Council members serve for one year as support for NCMH’s ongoing programming, including trips and homes tours, the architectural movie series, and the Thirst4Architecture networking events. The Council also advises on special initiatives, such as the NCMH Legal Defense Fund, which protects endangered Modernist houses; Project BauHow, which provides CAD systems ninth and tenth graders in architectural drafting classes across rural North Carolina; and the annual George Matsumoto Prize for excellence in recent North Carolina Modernist residential design.
“The Advisory Council is a multi-talented and diverse cross-section of the Modernist community: architecture, real estate, construction, law, financing, historic preservation, and other disciplines,” said NCMH founder and director George Smart. “The 2015 Council is a superb team, one of our best yet.”
The 2015 NCMH Advisory Council members are:
- Chandra Hester, VMZINC
- Emilie Huin, 501 Realty
- Leon Meyers, LE Meyers Builders
- Dr. Marsha Gordon, NCSU
- Jeremy Farber, Maplewood Building Company
- Kim Weiss, Blueplate PR
- Laura Frushone, First Citizens Investor Services
- Tim Simmons, NC State Historic Preservation Office
- Craig Kerins, The Raleigh Architecture Company
- Laurent de Comarmond, Little Diversified Architectural
- William Dodge, Eco-Ficient, MBCI
- Mack Paul, Morningstar Law Group
- Mary Frances Wilson, Preservation North Carolina
- Marty Martin, Martin Law Firm
- Judy Colditz, HandLab
- Frank Konhaus, KONTEK Systems
- Adam Carrington, Carrington Electric
- Ivy Simon, Palette and Parlor
- Angela Roehl, Keller Williams Realty
- Charlotte Brown Wainwright, Architectural Historian
- Gwynn Thayer, NCSU Libraries Special Collections
- Eric Davis, Surface 678 Landscape Architects
Service on the Advisory Council is for the calendar year 2015. For more information on NCMH, visit www.ncmodernist.org.
North Carolina Modernist Houses (NCMH) is an award-winning, 501C3 nonprofit organizations established in 2007 and dedicated to documenting, preserving, and promoting Modernist residential design. The website is now the largest open digital archive for Modernist residential design in America. NCMH also hosts popular architecture events every month and frequent home tours, giving the public access to the most exciting residential architecture, past and present. Founder and director George Smart presents his signature talk, “Mayberry Modernism: North Carolina Modernist Legacy,” to preservation and architectural groups, realtors, engineers, and other associations across the state. These talks, tours, and events raise awareness and help preserve these “livable works of art” for future generations. For more information: www.ncmodernist.org.