Sunday, May 22, 2011
Midcentury Modern Architect Andrew Geller
Architecture mavens know how important preservation is, however midcentury modern has gotten short shrift in this regard. Perhaps it is too close to recent memory to be cherished in the same way as quaint saltbox structures, but it is part of our architectural history nonetheless. Long Island architect, Andrew Geller, produced structures on Long Island worth saving, as chronicled by modernemama who has been renovating her own Geller residence. Preserving his daring geometric buildings is the subject of potential documentary now raising funds on Kickstarter. Let's hope the family finds the funds to bring this project to the big screen.