The Cape Cod Modern House Trust (CCMHT) was founded to collect, archive, and share documentation of the outer Cape’s exceptional modern architecture, restore a group of important, endangered modern houses, and to relaunch them as platforms for new creative work.
The Trust has leased and restored four endangered modern houses owned by the National Park Service and has repurposed them as platforms for creativity, scholarship and public access.
Research / Archive
An important part of the Trust’s mission is to collect and archive relavant material, and to make it available to scholars, home owners and the public. This includes photographs, drawings, artifacts and oral histories.
Upcoming 2020 Events
Due to COVID 19, house tours, open houses, and in person lectures have been postponed until further notice.
Form and Landscape: Bauhaus in New England
A meditative film on a day in the life of the Weidlinger house
Cape Cod Modern,
Mid-century Architecture and Community on the Outer Cape
An in-depth exploration of the Cape’s important and little known modern architecture. Cape Cod Modern is co-authored by Peter McMahon and Christine Cipriani, with new photography, drawings and many never before published archival images.