Docomomo US announced the winners of its 2019 Modernism in America Awards on April 30. The ten winners, across three tiers of award level, represent the best in preservation and advocacy practice.
Award of Excellence
Des Moines Catholic Pastoral Center (Des Moines, IA)
Gateway Arch Museum (St. Louis, MO)
Silvertop (Los Angeles, CA)
Preserving Eichler Neighborhoods (Palo Alto and Orange, CA)
Citation of Merit
Pond House (Wellfleet, MA)
Schlumberger Research Center Administration Building (Ridgefield, CT)
Midcentury Modern Midland (Midland, MI)
Advocacy Award of Excellence
Isami Enomoto Labor Murals Preservation (Kapolei, HI)
Peter Meijer - Portland Building Advocacy (Portland, OR)
Terrace Plaza Hotel Advocacy Efforts (Cincinnati, OH)
“This year’s Awards recognize projects as holistic and collaborative efforts," said Theodore Prudon, who is president of Docomomo US. "Modernism was about societal progress through design, and it is important that likewise we, as preservationists of this era, continue to push for improvements in how we identify, document, and preserve our modern heritage.”
The 2019 edition of the Modernism in America Awards is the sixth iteration of the program. This year's jury included Alexandra Lange, Amy Freitag, Charles Birnbaum, Jean-Louis Cohen, and Peyton Hall.
Read full coverage of the 2019 Modernism in America Awards at Docomomo US.