Architecture You Love A North Carolina 501C3 Educational Nonprofit Archive Documenting, Preserving, and Promoting Residential Modernist Architecture
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Location for all movies:



James B. Hunt Jr. Library Auditorium, NC State University, 1070 Partners Way, Raleigh. Loads of free parking adjacent to the Library.


The 2016-2017 MoHo Realty Architecture Movie Series
Jim Hunt Library, NC State University

Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $10 at the door, cash and credit cards accepted. Mod Squad members, NCSU Students with ID,  and NCSU Libraries staff with ID get in free until capacity is reached, so come early. 

NCSU Friends of the Library get 10% off tickets with a Friends of the Library Card. 

OLLI Members get $1 off with an OLLI card.

Wake County High School students and Wake Tech students get in for $5.

This year, in honor of Palm Springs Modernism Week, we feature films about that amazing city's Modernist architects - the hundreds of mid century houses that survive today.




The story of mid-century modern architect William F. Cody is told through the iconic buildings that he created and his impact on the architecture of Palm Springs. Revealing his conceptual designs starting in 1947 and onward into the 70s just before a devastating stroke ended his career. The documentary explores the art behind his structures and how his buildings are now considered masterpieces in the modern desert of Palm Springs.

Come early at 7pm and visit with Gwynn Thayer and Todd Kosmerick of NCSU Special Collections as they share some of the plans and photos from mid-century Modernist houses and buildings.

Thursday, January 12, 730pm.  Trailer.



Over the course of his sixty-year career, William Krisel has brought modernism to the masses, designing more than 40,000 individual housing units across the U.S. Krisel’s influential work has become synonymous with mid-20th century Southern Californian design. The documentary explores his life and work, including his roots in 1930s China, his ground-breaking designs for modern living, and interviews with scholars, contemporaries and family.

Thursday, February 2, 730pm.  Trailer.

  All proceeds benefit North Carolina Modernist Houses for our mission of documentation, preservation, and promotion of Modernist architecture.