AIA Houston Showcases Local Homes and Architects in 2013 Annual Home Tour

Homes demonstrate design excellence is not limited by size or dollars

HOUSTON, Sept. 4, 2013 — (PRNewswire) —  The weekend of October 26-27, 2013, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Houston will hold its 2013 Annual Home Tour featuring seven area homes selected by a jury of industry experts to represent the finest in residential architecture. The two-day, self-guided tour is open to the public and offers a rare opportunity to walk through and view privately-owned residences designed by accomplished Houston architects. Watch a video overview of the AIA Home Tour.

 

Featured homes and architects include:

See a map of featured houses.

COST:

$25   Full-Tour Tickets

$20   Full-Tour Tickets for Cyclists

$10   Single House Ticket (Not available for pre-sale)

Tickets can be purchased at any participating house during tour hours and are good both tour days.

Full-Tour Tickets may be purchased in advance online or at AIA Houston, 315 Capitol Street, Suite 100, Houston, TX 77002.

AIA Houston wishes to recognize and thank the following tour sponsors for their generosity:  Decardi Development Group, LLCPremier Technology Group, RAM WindowsEggersmann Kitchens | Home LivingLa Nova TileMKT BAR at Phoenicia Specialty FoodsMason's Mill & Lumber Co.  Poggenpohl kitchen design studio, and media sponsors as of September 4th:  002 Houston MagazineCultureMap Houston,  Houston House & HomeHouston magazineModern Luxury Interiors TexasPrime LivingYellow Magazine and  Yelp. Sponsorship opportunities are available through October 18, 2013. For more information, contact Tina Zulu at Zulu Creative,  tinazulu@zulucreative.com.

ABOUT AIA

The American Institute of Architects Houston is the professional organization for more than 1,800 architects and other design professionals in the greater Houston area. Its mission includes service to members and to the public. www.aiahouston.org

SOURCE AIA Houston

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AIA Houston
Web: http://www.aiahouston.org

 




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