Find an I-House

The first International House was the New York House on Riverside Drive

Next Mr. Rockefeller funded the International House at Berkeley University CA

The third original ‘Rockefeller’ House was at University of Chicago

The project at Cite Universitaire in Paris was next, this was different as it was not designed originally for anyone to live in but to provide a community space for all the residents of the individual ‘national’ Houses that had been built there.

In the 1950s the Rockefeller Foundation funded International House Japan, this is a members organisation that promotes international understanding, it has a beautiful garden and rooms members can stay in.

There is a world Wide Group of International Houses who have similar philosophies and approaches

In Sydney

In Washington DC

In Alberta

In London Goodenough College