Duke Digital Archive of Arts and Architecture
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Video Archive features interviews Barbaralee
Diamonstein-Spielvogel conducted with prominent artists, musicians, architects,
designers, photographers, directors, actors, writers, and art collectors,
documenting the arts world during the 1970's and 1980's. Videos from the
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Video Archive in the Duke University Libraries.
Charles Kahn Interviews
Kahn, an MIT graduate and Professor of Architecture at NCSU,
became the first Dean of the new School of Architecture and
Urban Design at the University of Kansas in 1968.
During Kahn’s tenure, the program's Bauhaus-based orientation expanded with
additional emphasis on social concerns and international
relations. Kahn brought to KU the rationalism and scientific
attitudes of MIT coupled with the strong Bauhaus orientation of NCSU.
During the 1970's,
Dean Kahn personally recorded audio interviews with and
presentations from noted architects from around the world. Listed by date
2014 - Lacy Turner of
Washington HS interviewed on WNCT-TV after winning one of three
Project BauHow scholarships.
2014 - Kelley McHenry features NCMH and
Project BauHow on WUNC-TV's North
2014 - Chapel Hill Architect Steven Clipp interviews George Smart about the Cherry/Gordon house controversy in
Oakwood on WPTF's
"Making your Home Great."
2014 - Winston-Salem architect
Adam Sebastian talks
about Modernist Houses on the Camel City Dispatch.
2014 - Raleigh Architect
Erin Sterling Lewis speaks about architecture to McMichael High
for Project BauHow.
2013 - Architect Steven Clipp interviews George Smart about NCMH on WPTF's
"Winning the Dream Home Race."
2013 - HRH Prince Charles "Press Secretary"
announces the name change from Triangle Modernist Houses to North Carolina Modernist Houses.
2012 - George Smart on
the podcast "Winning the Dream Home Race" by Chapel Hill architect Steven Clipp.
2012 - Raleigh TedX talk by Phil Freelon on
"Turning Ideas into Reality."
Dion Neutra, son of
Richard Neutra and
NCMH's George Smart
discuss Modernist architecture on
WFAE Charlotte Talks.
presents Mayberry Modernism at Raleigh Pecha Kucha 12.
2011 - Charlie Kahn interviews
Owen Smith, until 2012 the oldest practicing architect in
Frank Stasio talks with architects
Reese and Jon
Zelwegger about why good architecture and good design make the
world a better place in 91.5
2010 - AIANC Center for Architecture and Design Groundbreaking by David Crawford.
WFAE Charlotte Talks:
Mid-Century Moderns in Charlotte, featuring Theo Prudon,
Professor of Architecture at Columbia University; Diane
Althouse, Executive Director, Historic Charlotte; Ken Lambla, Dean, College of Arts + Architecture at UNC Charlotte.
George Smart speaks on Mayberry
Modernism at Raleigh's Urban Design Center.
interviews Jan Scruggs of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial,
part of the
George Smart on
Mayberry Modernism at
Ignite 2.0 in Raleigh.
Cliff and Linda Butler
House in Chapel Hill.
The AIA Triangle Diversity Committee showcases Four Architects.
George Smart on the
Larry Lane Show from New
NCMH wins a City of
Raleigh Sir Walter Raleigh Award
(clip). See the complete ceremony
2009 - NCMH/NCSU 60 Years of Triangle Modernist Architecture Music Video
Preservation Easements by Preservation North Carolina.
2009 - George Smart reveals
Raleigh's biggest secret - so many Modernist houses.
The NCSU College of Design 60th Anniversary Speech by Dean
2009 - WUNC Radio - The
State of Things. NCMH founder George Smart discusses the 60th Anniversary
of the NCSU College of Design.
Past AIANC Award Videos.
2009 - NCMH Tour of Cassilhaus, designed by
WPTF AM, The Bob Langford
Show, featuring founder George Smart and
2006 - Charlotte Discussion: What's Ailing Architecture, featuring Manoj Kesovan.
2006 - Modernism Overview by the Charlotte Historic Landmarks
1966 - Ann Seltman's 1960's documentary "A is for Architecture."
1950's - Five Houses from Frank Lloyd Wright.
Starting in 2012, Chapel Hill architect Steve Clipp hosted an internet radio
show, Winning the Dream Home Race. The first radio
series in North Carolina to focus on architecture, it ended February 2013
after a 44-episode run.
In June 2013, Clipp's new weekly show moved to WPTF