Modern architecture focus of home tour – The San Diego Union-Tribune

A midcentury-type Del Mar seaside home designed by the late architect Sim Bruce Richards is amongst six residences that will likely be open to guests on Saturday, Oct. 14, for the fifth annual San Diego Modern Home Tour.

The four,620-square-foot Del Mar home, designed by Richards in 1980, is at present in the marketplace for $20 million.

The occasion is sponsored by the Modern Architecture + Design Society. Different properties on the tour embody a second fashionable seaside home in Del Mar, designed by LC Fisher Architect; a unit within the downtown Mitra Lofts designed and constructed by Nakhshab Improvement and Design; one other Nakhshab Improvement and Design venture that’s a penthouse within the Hangar 5 constructing in Bankers Hill; a just lately renovated 1940s Mission Hills home; and a 1909 Normal Heights home that has been reworked right into a customized fashionable home by Christopher Lee Houses and Duende Design + Building.

The annual Modern Home Tour provides San Diegans an opportunity to discover some of the area’s greatest examples of fashionable architecture on a self-guided driving tour. It’s one of the occasions of the San Diego Architectural Basis’s Archtoberfest celebration.

Particulars: Tour hours are 11 a.m. to five p.m. Oct. 14. Tickets value $40; youngsters underneath the age of 10 are admitted free when accompanied by their mother and father. For extra particulars on the tour or to buy tickets, go to bit.ly/2017sdmod.

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Modern architecture focus of home tour - The San Diego Union-Tribune