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Dwell Home Tours: Silicon Valley Style!

Categories: Architecture + Interiors, Local + Travel, News + Events + Contests

The famous and never-miss Dwell Home Tours is coming to Silicon Valley for the first time this year, on Saturday, November 3rd and Sunday, November 4th! Enjoy ten modern homes that “demonstrate the most forward-thinking approaches to site planning and sustainability.” And since it’s Dwell (those folks with amazingly impeccable tastes), you know these homes are going to be gorgeous and full of inspiration. And you can even get a jump start on the festivities by checking out the Meet the Architect’s reception on Friday, November 2nd.

“In a place known for constant innovation, it makes perfect sense that the residential architecture of Silicon Valley is also on the leading edge,” said Dwell Media President Michela O’Connor Abrams. “We’re proud to present some of the most remarkable home in the area on this tour.”

The tour’s ten spectacular homes (which include a pair of original Eichlers!): “Williams Residence” by 360 Design Studio, “Menlo Oaks Residence” by Ana Williamson Architect, “House For A Structural Engineer” by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, “Jay Street House” and “Woodview Terrace” by Field Architecture, “Clay Project” by KC Cullen Design for Living, “Hillsborough Residence” by Kuth/Ranieri Architects, “HYPEREICHLER” by M110 Architecture, “Los Altos Hills Family Residence” by Cass Calder Smith Architecture and “Atherton Residence” by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects.

Tickets can be purchased online. Bonus: purchase a 2-day pass and receive 1 free ticket to the Meet the Architects reception on Friday, November 2nd. Single day passes are also available. A portion of all ticket proceeds will benefit Dwell Home Tours non-profit partner Architecture for Humanity.

Images: Woodview Terrace by Jess Field, the rest courtesy of Dwell Media

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