DC Loves Mid-Century Modern! Two large mid-century modern developments in the Washington, D.C. area were designed by internationally acclaimed architect, Charles M. Goodman FAIA (1906-1992), Hollin Hills and River Park. Archival materials of Charles M. Goodman are in the permanent collection of the National Building Museum. The architects’ 50-plus-year career includes projects such as the original National Airport, Hollin Hills, and River Park. River Park is an 11-acre cooperative in Southwest DC. Located in the waterfront neighborhood, the community includes 2 high-rises and a string of townhomes with clusters having distinctive barrel roofs. Goodman is also responsible of the site plan and home designs for Hollin Hills, a community of nearly 463 homes in Fairfax County, Virginia. Learn more about the architecture of Charles M. Goodman at https://www.nbm.org/collections/archival-material-charles-m-goodman.