Since, it's founding in 2009 the Salt Lake Modern Committee has accomplished much in the way of documenting, preserving, and raising awareness about mid-century design in Utah. Check out the list of impressive accomplishments that continues to grow! And don't miss out being part of the next big accomplishment - keep checking our Facebook page and website for details on the next big thing. Read more >
As a committee of Utah Heritage Foundation, Salt Lake Modern is dedicated to the documentation, preservation, and public education about mid-century modern design and architecture in the Salt Lake region.
Members of the committees are:
Lewis Francis, Chair
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Otto Treumann Bijenkorf Kunstkoop, Kollektie (1967)
The National Trust for Historic Preservation defines modernism as the following:
“…a design language with emphases on form rather than ornament, structure and materials rather than picturesque constructions, and the rational and efficient use Read more >
Our historic buildings and neighborhoods matter. They enrich our lives by their constant, quiet presence and educate us about who we are and where we came from.
The Sunday Barbecue Cut Out Set by Max Dalton
Our culture has Read more >