Our Mission Statement:
Overly Attached Cute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement of underutilized and under adored architecture. Our objective is to intervene in the preservation process of buildings who style is no longer relevant, no longer enjoyed, and subject to neglect and decay.
Our objective is to defend architecturally significant landmarks that are not yet preserved by the National Historic Trust. Buildings most at risk for demolition are not conventionally considered to be beautiful by a general public. The past five decades has demonstrated remarkable leaps in architectural innovation that has resulted in the expansion of a disciplinary sensibility, but this has been limited to a small audience of architects.
Overly Attached Cute seeks to broaden the audience of architecture through the process of education. We seek to educate an audience on defunct styles of the past and to exhibit the vulnerability of these disappearing styles.