Nydia O. Tapia – Gonzales and Logan Dovalina, Thank you for visiting RGVMod
Our goal is to connect municipalities, architects, and designers and builders with homeowners who appreciate modern architecture to foster the appreciation and preservation of these historical of the Rio Grande Valley’s modern architectural heritage. We believe restoration and remodeling projects should not begin without proper research, conversation, and outreach.
We want to start the conversation and remove all taboos and fears about remodeling these historically significant and pretty cool houses, and why not, even build new ones inspired by the modern era.
Nydia’s Harlingen modern home designed by John G. York in 1949 (as shown in this gallery) is what inspired her and husband Lupe Gonzales to share their passion for modern architecture. We invite you to be a part of this effort.
Nydia is pictured here at the Bauhaus Archive. The Bauhaus Archive is a state archive and Museum of Design located in Berlin. It collects art pieces, items, documents and literature which relate to the Bauhaus School, and puts them on public display.