Docomomo US/NOCA promotes the study, interpretation, documentation, and protection of the architecture, landscape, and urban design of the Modern Movement in Northern California. We promote the exchange of knowledge about this important legacy which extends from the planned city and the iconic monument to the house next door.
DOCOMOMO is an acronym for the DOcumentation and COnservation of buildings, sites and neighborhoods of the MOdern MOvement. Founded in 1996, Docomomo US/NOCA is one of twenty regional chapters of Docomomo US. Docomomo US is the national working party for Docomomo International, which is currently based in Lisbon. Docomomo International is a non-profit organization that was initiated in 1988 by Hubert-Jan Henket, architect and professor, and Wessel de Jonge, architect and research fellow, at the School of Architecture at the Technical University in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
Docomomo US/NOCA is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) membership organization that endeavors to increase public awareness of the Modern Movement. Committed to the principle that Modern design merits the attention and preservation received by earlier periods, we maintain a continuous and constructive dialogue with national, state, and local preservation authorities and organizations as well as with building owners, developers, and designers in many disciplines. We thank you for your interest and hope that you'll join us in our endeavors.
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Docomomo US/Noca Board
Docomomo US/NOCA is a volunteer organization, overseen by a Board of Directors. The current board includes:
Hannah Lise Simonson (President)
Andrea Fineman (Vice President)
Lacey Bubnash (Secretary)
Teresa Fok (Treasurer)
Justin Greving (Immediate Past President)