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Moscow, Russia

Melnikov's House and Studio

In 1927 the master architect Konstantin Melnikov was granted a small plot of land to build a private house.
Active Project
Various Locations

Modernism At Risk

Our Modernism at Risk initiative, launched in 2006 with the support of founding sponsor Knoll, addresses the challenges that face modern architecture.
Completed Project
Pennsylvania, United States

Lancaster County

The green fields of Lancaster County in southeastern Pennsylvania constitute a historic cultural landscape representing the founding ideals of the United States of America.
Completed Project
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Lafayette Cemetery No. 1

One of New Orleans’s oldest surviving cemeteries, Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 was placed on the Watch in 1996 because of its advanced state of deterioration.
Completed Project
Unalaska, Alaska, United States

Holy Ascension Russian Orthodox Church

Built in 1896 on the site of an earlier church, Holy Ascension Russian Orthodox Church in Unalaska is a reminder of the sizeable Russian community that once thrived in Alaska.
Completed Project
Lunenburg, Canada

St. John's Anglican Church

The second oldest Protestant church in Canada, St. John's was built in 1753 to serve as a meeting house for its local community in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
Completed Project
Ivanovo, Bulgaria

Ivanovo Rock Chapels

Founded in the first half of the thirteenth century, the rock chapels near the village of Ivanovo constitute a remarkable Eastern Orthodox Hesychastic monastic complex.
Completed Project
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mostar Historic Center

The Ottomans conquered Mostar in 1463 and brought Islamic influences and urban growth to the small town straddling the banks of the Nerevta River.
Completed Project
Čapljina municipality, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Village of Počitelj

Počitelj, once a feudal seat on the Neretva River, is dominated by a fortress that fell to the Ottoman advance in 1471.
Completed Project
Sajama, Bolivia

Rio Lauca Burial Towers

Nestled in the Sajama National Park in the Bolivian altiplano, a complex of prehistoric burial towers (chullpas) comprises the most important surviving monumental complex of the Aymara people.
Completed Project
St. Andrew, Barbados

Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill

The Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill is the last of the many Barbadian windmills once used to produce sugar, and one of only two functioning sugar windmills in the world.
Completed Project
Dampier Archipelago, Australia

Dampier Rock Art Complex

The Dampier archipelago stretches from northwestern Australia into the Indian Ocean, its landscape marked by crags and ridges that were formed by the erosion of Precambrian lava activity.