Saving Modern Places
Preserving Modern places differs in some ways from preserving older landmarks, from public perception of the value of Modern resources to conserving mass-produced materials that have reached their life span.
With so much of Greater Los Angeles built after World War II, the Conservancy has always made saving Modern places a priority. Learn more about specific Modern issues, our Modern Committee, specific challenges in saving Modern places, and our other work to save Modern places.
If you know of a significant Modern place that is threatened, please contact the Conservancy at email@example.com or (213) 623-2489.