PROMOTE, RESTORE and PROTECT our
MODERN TROPICAL BORDER
RGVMod = Rio Grande Valley Modern
Because it is Time to Pay Attention to the Post War Modern Architecture of the Rio Grande Valley.
Historians, architects, designers, students and those into preservation are invited to be a part of RGVMOD, so we can fully and truly showcase our mid century architectural legacy.
Some of our main goals are to connect municipalities, architects and designers with home owners, and to foster conversation about the preservation of these historical buildings – public, commercial or private – by promoting the study of this movement. Restoration and remodeling projects cannot begin without proper research , conversation, and outreach.
We want to start the conversation and remove all taboos and fears about remodeling these historically significant and pretty cool houses, and why not, even build new ones inspired by the modern era.
There is a world-wide movement geared toward the preservation of modern architecture, and the Valley will not be left behind. We invite you to contact us if you have questions or would like more information about this particular architecture.
I proudly serve as a board member of Preservation Texas representing the South Texas region. We could assist with restoration and rehabilitation research and guidance. Become a member today and support the preservation of our state’s architecture legacy.
Our Harlingen modern home designed by John G. York in 1949 featured here is what inspired my husband Lupe Gonzales and I to share our passion for modern architecture. We invite you to be a part of this effort.