Stunning Austin Homes

Step inside 8 stunning abodes from the 2015 AIA Austin Homes Tour


AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Arbib Hughey Design exterior - CREDIT ARBIB in caption IF USING
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Arbib Hughey Design kitchen dining
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Dick Clark + Associates The Renner Project exterior
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Dick Clark + Associates The Renner Project kitchen interior
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 FAB Architecture exterior
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 FAB Architecture living
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Nick Deaver exterior
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Nick Deaver outdoor patio
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects exterior
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects bedroom
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Minguell-McQuary LLC exterior
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Minguell-McQuary LLC bathroom
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Charles Di Piazza & Chris Cobb exterior
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 Charles Di Piazza & Chris Cobb living
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 KRDB LLC exterior
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AIA Austin Homes Tour 2015 KRDB LLC living
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Explore some of the the most daring designs in town during the 29th annual AIA Austin Homes Tour on October 24-25.

For nearly three decades, the self-guided tour has celebrated the talent of local architects while showcasing the best designed homes in the Austin area. This year's tour will feature 10 homes ranging from bold renovations with old-school charm to industrial designs with modern flair.

The tour is open from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 the weekend of the tour. Advance tickets may be purchased at Zinger Hardware (4001 N. Lamar Blvd.), Mockingbird Domestics (2151 S. Lamar Blvd.), or from the AIA Austin website. Tickets to tour an individual home are available for $10 each and can be purchased at the home on the day of the tour.

Here's a sneak peek of the 2015 featured homes courtesy of AIA Austin and Andrea Calo Photography.

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1805 Winter Park Rd.
Design by Arbib Hughey Design

This Southwest Austin home built in the 1980s received a complete overhaul from Arbib Hughey Design. The new design brings in a brighter color scheme and much-needed updates without sacrificing the home's existing charm.

1805 Winter Park Rd.
Design by Arbib Hughey Design

Curved corners, open spaces, and tons of natural light brighten the space.

3018 N. Lamar Blvd.
Design by Dick Clark + Associates

Dick Clark + Associates experimented with lifestyle and workspace conventions with the renovation of this 1977 office building.

3018 N. Lamar Blvd.
Design by Dick Clark + Associates

An industrial warehouse look with exposed beams and brickwork is accented by warm wood and midcentury modern touches.

1402 Hillmont St.
Design by FAB Architecture

This small home overlooks Barton Springs Road.

1402 Hillmont St.
Design by FAB Architecture

Architects maximized the limited 848-square-foot space with an open design.

3 Scott Crescent
Design by Nick Deaver

Nick Deaver took the homeowners' love of nature to heart when designing this new home in Tarrytown.

3 Scott Crescent
Design by Nick Deaver

A massive front porch serves as the entryway for this large, welcoming abode.

3505 Arrowhead Dr.
Design by Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects added extra space and modern design touches to this 1960s ranch house.

3505 Arrowhead Dr.
Design by Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Large windows anchor the updated space.

2702 E. 12th St.
Design by Minguell-McQuary, LLC

Two spaces are connected by a stair-bridge to complete this bold look from Minguell-McQuary, LLC.

2702 E. 12th St.
Design by Minguell-McQuary, LLC

The fun bathroom highlights the potential for playfulness in this home.

2906 Rio Grande St.
Design by Charles Di Piazza and Chris Cobb

Charles Di Piazza and Chris Cobb took inspiration from the 1920s for this quaint bungalow.

2906 Rio Grande St.
Design by Charles Di Piazza and Chris Cobb

The layout emphasizes simplicity and adaptability.

1704 Karen Ave.
Design by KRDB, LLC

The unique "S" shape of this single-story dwelling directs your attention to the outdoor courtyards and landscaping.

1704 Karen Ave.
Design by KRDB, LLC

Designers kept the need to work from home in mind when tackling the interior layout.

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