Mike Chino

ANNOUNCEMENT: SF Living: Home Tours This Weekend!

by , 09/12/08

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This weekend some of the most stunning residences in San Francisco will be opening their doors for the sixth annual Living: Home Tours! Hosted by AIA SF as part of the Architecture and the City Festival, the event will showcase a variety of residences that span a diverse array of neighborhoods and districts throughout the Bay Area. Homes will be on display September 13th and 14th from 10am to 4pm, and we hope to see you there!

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As an integral part of this year’s Architecture and the City Festival, we can’t wait to check out this weekend’s. Home Tours! The event will kick off tomorrow at 9am with a series of hands-on discussions with design professionals at Matarozzi / Pelsinger Builder‘s stunning new office (this year’s Home Tour HQ). From there it’s off to explore the bay area’s finest achievements in residential architecture. Homes on display will include Terry & Terry Architecture‘s gorgeous Choy Residence, Rothschild Schwartz Architects‘ incredible FINAL(LY) House, and David Baker + Partners‘ Shotwell Residence. Throughout the weekend Dwell will be hosting an educational programming series that you can check out here. Stay tuned for coverage of our favorite homes next week!

+ San Francisco Living: Home Tours

+ Architecture and the City Festival 2008

+ Dwell

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