In need of help from the Trust, the Hatch House, built by Jack Hall in 1960.
The Cape Cod Modern House Trust was founded two years ago in an effort to "preserve significant Modernist architecture on the outer Cape". The New York Times gives us some more insight into the new nonprofit organization and the more than 80 homes on the eastern Cape.
The Cape Cod Modern House Trust is hosting a symposium and tour this weekend (the tour is already sold out). Homes included in the Trust include works by "leading European architects that included Marcel Breuer, Serge Chermayeff and Olav Hammarstrom, and by Americans like Nathaniel Saltonstall, Oliver Morton, Jack Hall and Mr. Zehnder."
For the entire (fascinating!) article, check out The New York Times: Preserving a Modernist Way of Life.
(Images: ©2009 Sara Barrett/The New York Times)