Documentation and Conservation of the Modern Movement (DOCOMOMO International)
Founded 1988, by Hubert-Jan Henket, architect and professor, and Wessel de Jonge, architect and research fellow, at the School of Architecture at the Technical University, Eindhoven (Netherlands). Also referred to as International Working Party for the Documentation and Conservation of Buildings, Sites and Neighbourhoods of the Modern Movement. Relocated to Paris (France), 2002, and hosted by Cite de la Architecture et du Patrimoine in the Palais de Chaillot. Relocated to Barcelona (Spain), Jan 2010, and hosted by Fundación Mies van der Rohe. Since 2014, hosted in Lisbon (Portugal) by Instituto Superior Tecnico - Lisbon University.
Act as watchdog when important modern movement buildings anywhere are under threat; exchange ideas relating to conservation technology, history and education; foster interest in the ideas and heritage of the modern movement; elicit responsibility towards this recent architectural inheritance.
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