Montemar, click to learn more... Modern Shanghai, click to learn more... Battersea, click to learn more... Tugendhat Villa, click to learn more...

The World Monuments Fund has worked for decades to save endangered architectural and cultural sites around the globe, from the earliest settlements to 20th-century architecture. In recent years, we have increasingly noted that modern buildings face the same physical threats as ancient structures, despite a mistaken view that modern materials are less fragile than those used in earlier times. In addition, 20th-century architecture often suffers from a lack of understanding of its historical significance.

The Modernism at Risk initiative represents extraordinary—yet threatened—20th-century sites that transcend specific definitions, and brings advocacy and education to the forefront.

Narkomfin Building , click to learn more... Asmara, click to learn more... Cyclorama, click to learn more... Helsinki-Malmi, click to learn more...
The White City, click to learn more... VDL Research House II , click to learn more... Mexican Murals, click to learn more...
Teatro Capitolio, click to learn more... Brancusi Ensemble, click to learn more... Rusakov Club, click to learn more... Viipuri Library, click to learn more...
Joan Miro Foundation, click to learn more... Ennis House, click to learn more... St. Peter's Cardross, click to learn more... National Art Schools, click to learn more... A. Conger Goodyear House, click to learn more... click to learn more...
Melnikov's House & Studio, click to learn more... Florida Southern College, click to learn more... National Institute for Radio Broadcasting, click to learn more... Main St. Modern, click to learn more... Ljungberg Hall, click to learn more...
NY State Pavilion, click to learn more... Salk Institute, click to learn more... International Fairgrounds, click to learn more... Schindler House, click to learn more...