The Houston Mod Preservation Awards program recognizes individuals and organizations for their contributions to further the knowledge, appreciation and preservation of modern architecture and design.

Projects considered for recognition include sensitive building alterations, additions, restorations, and/or rehabilitations; advocacy or educational programs; and publications. Projects must have been completed within the past five years. Awards are presented at the Houston Mod Annual Member Party.

Gary Prosterman, adaptive reuse of 1121 Walker Street, Le Meridien/The Melrose

Ben Koush, restoration of 6328 Brookside Drive

Tam Kiehnhoff of CASETA, the exhibit This WAS Contemporary Art: Fine and Decorative Arts in Houston 1945-1965

Randy Tibbits of CASETA, the exhibit This WAS Contemporary Art: Fine and Decorative Arts in Houston 1945-1965

Ginger Berni of The Heritage Society, the exhibit This WAS Contemporary Art: Fine and Decorative Arts in Houston 1945-1965

Diann and Mike Lewter, preservation of 4160 Meyerwood Drive, a Style in Steel Townhome

Penny and James Brown, preservation of 4158 Meyerwood Drive, a Style in Steel Townhome

Michael John Smith and Malcolm Perry, preservation of 4156 Meyerwood Drive, a Style in Steel Townhome

Mr. James Gast, author of The Astrodome: Building An American Spectacle

Mr. Glen Rosenbaum, renovation of 5219 South Braeswood Boulevard

Vanessa and Galvin Gerondale, 5231 Braesvalley Drive

Barbara and Bernard Allen, 204 Oyster Creek Drive Lake Jackson, Texas

Jennifer and Andy Littleton, restoration of 50 Plantation Court Lake Jackson, Texas

City of Houston Houston Public Library, Oak Forest Library, renovation of Goleman & Rolfe’s Oak Forest Neighborhood Library

Congregation Emanu El, Temple Emanu El, 1500 Sunset Boulevard

Alley Theatre, 615 Texas Avenue

Mr. James Oyler, 7911 Santa Elena Street

Mr. Walter Bering, renovation of 2100 Persa Street

Building Modern Houston, by author Anna Mod

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City of Houston Parks & Recreation Department, renovation of MacKie & Kamrath’s Gragg Building

New Regional Planning, renovation of Thompson McCleary and Hamilton Brown’s Macham Building

Brochstein’s, Inc., 11530 Main Street

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Hahnfeld, renovation of 22 Willowend

Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold, renovation of 10111 Cliffwood Drive

Betty Lee, renovation of 12020 Tall Oaks Street

Allen Gaw, renovation of 12020 Tall Oaks Street

Baker Botts L.L.P., in partnership with The Center to preserve essential social services and modern architecture

The Center Serving Persons with Mental Retardation, in partnership with Baker Botts L.L.P. to preserve essential social services and modern architecture

Exxon/Mobil Corporation, renovation of Welton Becket + Associates' Humble Building

Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Butler, renovation of 4135 Durness Way

Primeway Federal Credit Union, renovation of Wilson, Morris, Crain + Anderson's Heights State Bank Building

Lisa Gray, advocacy and public voice for modern architecture