A museum and study center devoted to national and international architecture past and present. Information on exhibitons, publications and collections. (French and English)
The official web site for the Graycliff Conservancy, a non-profit organization establish to preserve and restore the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Graycliff, the Isabelle R. Martin House.
Temporary exhibits throughout New York City, and a permanent home in Battery Park City dedicated to the history of tall buildings.
Dedicated to exploring and celebrating architecture, design, engineering, construction, and urban planning. Located in Washington, D.C.
The museum builds a bridge between architecture and its users, and encourages the interaction of professionals. It focuses on post-1900 architecture. (Finnish and English)
Museum in Brussels, located in the house that the famous art-nouveau architect built for himself.
The Bauhaus-Archive Berlin researches, documents and presents the history of the Bauhaus school (1919-1933). The museum has the most comprehensive Bauhaus collection worldwide. (German and English)
Collection of iconographic and oral information on 19th century Greek architecture and urban design.
The Museum showcases Norwegian architecture as well as international exhibitions. (Norwegian and English) English language section currently very limited.
Dedicated to advancing public interest and education in architecture and design through a comprehensive program of tours, exhibitions, lectures and special events.