Historic Charlotte is teaming up with the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art to offer an insider’s view and understanding of mid-century modern residential architecture. On February 27, visitors will tour a fully rehabbed 1959 transitional ranch with the home’s owners. This house, designed by Charlotte architect J.A. Malcolm, is filled with original elements, from built-in planters and storage spaces to deep eaves and fully glazed walls.
The same guests will then attend the Bechtler’s Modern Monday lecture on March 3 to hear Historic Charlotte representatives discuss the construction and rehabilitation of the home.
One ticket covers both events. The home’s address will be sent to ticket purchasers. Tickets are free for Bechtler Museum of Modern Art members / $8 for non-members and will be available through the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art beginning December 1, 2013. Space is limited; purchase tickets early.
February 27 - location to be announced
6 to 8 p.m. Mid-century modern home tour
March 3 - Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
6:30 p.m. Bechtler Modern Monday lecture
Cash bar reception begins at 6 p.m.