The AIACCC Home Tour celebrates the work of our local architecture, engineering and construction professionals. With the generosity of homeowners who make their homes available, our local architecture-loving public can experience what makes a custom home so special. Meet the design professionals and talented builders who bring homeowner dreams to life. All proceeds benefit local art and architecture education programs and students from kindergarten to college.
Join the AIA May 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for a fun day celebrating local architecture and local homes!
Purchase a ticket, or a pair of tickets, and get a private invitation to this year’s home tour in San Luis Obispo. This year the tour includes 5 local homes all within driving distance from downtown San Luis Obispo! Make it a fun day with friends and family, and know that you are helping to support the expansion of local art and architecture education programs!
The homes in the 2017 AIA-CCC Home Tour include:
Diablo Residence – Architect: Andrew Goodwin. This sleek, modern home is newly built and showcases the homeowners’ collection of modern European light fixtures. The architect thoughtfully sited the home for natural day-lighting and views of the Irish Hills. Golf-cart shuttles will facilitate access to and from near-by parking on public streets. http://www.andrewgoodwin.us/residential/
Wes Ward Home – Architect: Wes Ward. A beautifully crafted mid-century modern home with custom features throughout. The home and its large rear yard overlook the winding Garden Creek. http://www.mctgphotography.com/slo_mid-century_modern
Terraza (TENTATIVE) – Architect: George Garcia. Newly constructed, this ultra-modern tri-plex is nestled against the South Hills Open Space. Wtih two bedroom, 2.5 bath home features an open concept living area, covered deck and a cozy rear yard. http://terrazaliving.com/residence-details/unit-b
Borrero Loft – Architect: George Garcia. This spacious contemporary condominium is part of a historical preservation project that tastefully integrates new contemporary office and living spaces to an iconic 20th century Romanesque Revival style brick commercial building. Perfect for indoor-outdoor entertaining, a very wide opening glass wall connects the living and dining areas to a spacious roof-top deck with amazing views. http://www.garciaarchdesign.com/Borrero-Loft
Corralitos Residence – Architect: Studio 2G. This beautifully designed and crafted contemporary remodel brings new life to a mid-century, single-level home. The theme that runs inside and out is attention to detail. http://www.studio-2g.com/corralitos-remodel
The American Institute of Architects’ Central Coast Chapter in California was founded in 1979, and includes a thriving group of Architects, Associates, and Professional Affiliates dedicated to preserving and advancing the field of architecture and design. The AIA has been around for over 150 years and is a collective voice for the profession of architecture