Today I have learnt about a new resource/website, iconichouses.org, which comes to bring the importance of Modern House Museums and Architects’ Houses to the attention of the community, government agencies, professional groups, and educational institutions dealing with the built environment, and to encourage the development of methods and techniques for preserving the houses, running the sites, develop them into museums when necessary and spread this knowledge among the professional groups. It promotes stopping demolition and mutilation of prominent Architects’ Houses, and to fundraise for documenting and preserving the heritage of Modern House Museums and Architects’ Houses. The website includes 20th century architect's houses and modern house museums form a unique category of sites open to the public. Whereas the buildings are located all around the world the professional issues that concern running the sites are more or less the same. Research initiatives and co-operation with universities and expert teams, restoration issues at large, audience development, caring of the collections and display strategies as well as temporary exhibitions programs represent some of the issues of mutual interest. In the list of icons, you can fine Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye, Arne Jacobsen’s Charlottnlund, Frank Lloyd Wright’s home and studio, Philip Johnson’s Glass House, Finn Juhl’s house, Manitoga, Farnsworth House, Maison Louis Carre, Schndler’s house, Le Pedrera, Villa Stenersen, and so many more. Highly recommended.