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Listen as the US Modernist Radio crew talk and laugh with fascinating people who own, sell, create, love, and hate Modernist architecture, the most controversial houses and buildings in the world with guests including Paul Goldberger, Jake Gorst, Kyle Bergman, Hicks Stone, Tim Ross, Roberta Leighton, Hicks Stone, Chris Rawlins, Harry Bates, Allison Arieff, Alison Brooks, Eric Lloyd Wright, Kelly Lynch, Michael Hammond, Eames Demetrios, Raymond Neutra, Susan Saarinen, Brad Dunning, Alexandra Lange, Nathanial Kahn, Jim Cutler, Annalisa Capurro, Joe Kwon, Crosby Doe, Carl Abbott, Larry Scarpa, Frank Harmon, Tom Fetters, Justin Shubow, Kate Wagner, and Sarah Susanka, among many others.

US Modernist Radio is sponsored by Sarah Sonke of ModHomes Realty.

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ArchDaily and Metropolis recently recommended US Modernist RadioYour hosts are:

George Smart, aka Mr. Modernism, the man DWELL called the Lorax of Modernist architecture, leads the organization documenting over 6,500 Modernist houses across America.  Visit him on Instagram at mr.modernism
George's wingman, national comedian Frank King, grew up in a Raleigh Modernist house. He is one of the world's two Modernist comedians and has spent over two years at sea performing on cruise ships. 
Show announcer and engineer Tom Guild, legendary Raleigh radio DJ, grew up in a Durham Modernist house. He has met the Rolling Stones. He has not met Frank Gehry.

US Modernist Radio is a production of Triangle Modernist Houses, Inc., a North Carolina 501C3 nonprofit educational archive for the documentation, preservation, and promotion of Modernist residential architecture. For more information, contact George Smart at (919) 740-8407 or george@ncmodernist.org.