“My blog highlights the diversity of art deco and modernism styles throughout Tasmania through my photography and the written word.
A big group with a site that includes information on about 30 buildings.
A british site with a trove of articles of interest to heritage architects.
A nice little site with a good survey of modern houses in Christchurch circa 1940 to the 1980s.
Fine descriptions of more than 40 architects from Melbourne’s Twentieth Century past.
The local offshoot of the Dutch organisation whose mission is to, “draw attention to the plight of some of the pioneering early modern buildings which were decaying for lack of a current use.
The NSW-government supported HHT organises exhibitions and events in its many historic properties, which include the Rose Seidler house.
“The Burra Charter provides guidance for the conservation and management of places of cultural significance (cultural heritage places), and is based on the knowledge and experience of Australia ICOMOS members.
Dedicated to the conservation of the world’s historic monuments and sites.
Lively mid-century blog from Kansas, U.
“The Los Angeles Conservancy is a nonprofit membership organization that works through education and advocacy to recognize, preserve, and revitalize the historic architectural and cultural resources of Los Angeles County.
Subtitled “Auckland’s Alternative Modernist Architecture and History: A work in progress”, this great site is a who’s who of mid-century Auckland architects, many of whom have disappeared off the radar.
Keeping an eye on Melbourne’s older buildings for us.
Dr Miles Lewis’ text database of old melbourne mansions.
I know some people who dead keen on this mag and pay heaps to get it air-freighted – now you can view the current issue after registering for free.
“It is time for action.
“The initiative group of MAPS consists of young architects, historians, heritage managers and journalists from different countries.
“An open-air museum for preserving and exhibiting Japanese architecture of the Meiji period (1868-1912).