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Marvel at these 12 stunning houses during the AIA Austin Homes Tour 2019


AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography
AIA Homes Tour 2019
Photo by Jake Holt Photography

Music fans have Austin City Limits Fest, speed demons have Formula 1, but design lovers ... we have the AIA Austin Homes Tour. Every year, the tour opens doors to some of Austin's best residential work from the city's finest architects and builders. Running October 19 and 20, the event showcases 12 projects ranging from new builds to renovations (including a historic freeman's cottage turned private residence in Clarksville).

Like most AIA Austin Homes Tour lineups, the project list reads like a who's who of Austin architecture, and features work from Alterstudio Architecture, Baldridge Architects, Clayton & Little Architects, Dick Clark + Associates, Elizabeth Baird Architecture & Design, FAB Architecture, Franke : Franke, LaRue Architects, McCollum Studio Architects, McKinney York Architects, Ravel Architecture, and Webber + Studio.

Of course all the featured homes are stunning — even jaw-dropping — but they also illustrate a shift in how we live now. This year, traipse through a multi-generational compound for a matriarch and her young family, a tricky renovation of a classic midcentury modern Crestview house, and the home of a retired couple looking to bridge the divide between indoors and outdoors.

Marvel at these homes and more during the self-guided tour, which runs from 10 am to 6 pm on both Saturday, October 19, and Sunday, October 20. Tickets are priced $40 in advance and $45 on the day of tour. Purchase tickets in advance on the AIA website or pick them up at Arete European Kitchens, Nannie Inez, Nest, or Urbanspace during business hours.

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Foothill Terrace
Colorado Foothills
LaRue Architects

 

 

Foothill Terrace
Colorado Foothills
LaRue Architects

Cuernavaca Residence
Lake Hills
alterstudio architecture

 

Cuernavaca Residence
Lake Hills
alterstudio architecture

 

3804 Desert Flower
Westlake Hills
McCollum Studio Architect

3804 Desert Flower
Westlake Hills
McCollum Studio Architect

The Historic 1909 Lawson House
Clarksville
Webber + Studio

The Historic 1909 Lawson House
Clarksville
Webber + Studio

Ridge Oak Residence
Highland Park West
Clayton & Little Architects

Ridge Oak Residence
Highland Park West
Clayton & Little Architects

1213 Cullen Ave
Crestview
FAB Architecture

1213 Cullen Ave
Crestview
FAB Architecture

Bridle Path Residence
Tarrytown
Franke : Franke

Bridle Path Residence
Tarrytown
Franke : Franke

Las Brisas Residence
Westlake Hills
McKinney York Architects

 

Las Brisas Residence
Westlake Hills
McKinney York Architects

007 House
Zilker
Dick Clark + Associates

007 House
Zilker
Dick Clark + Associates


Greenbelt Overlook Residence
Barton Hills
Balridge Architects

Greenbelt Overlook Residence
Barton Hills
Balridge Architects


 

Michael Street House
Barton Hills
Ravel Architecture

Michael Street House
Barton Hills
Ravel Architecture

2006 New York Avenue
Rosewood
Elizabeth Baird Architecture & Design

2006 New York Avenue
Rosewood
Elizabeth Baird Architecture & Design