AIA Austin Homes Tour 2018 

Chas Architects.  Photography courtesy of  Jake Holt Photography.

Chas Architects. Photography courtesy of Jake Holt Photography.

The 32nd annual AIA Austin Homes Tour features 14 unique homes spotlighting the collaboration between homeowner and architect. The homes highlight a range of techniques from overall design and craftsmanship to creative use of materials. This year’s tour features the work of award-winning architects such as A Parallel Architecture, A. Gruppo Architects, Chas Architects, Clayton & Little, Dick Clark + Associates, FAB Architecture, Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects, Jay Hargrave Architecture, Matt Fajkus Architecture, Restructure Studio, Side Angle Side, Tim Cuppett Architects, Webber + Studio Architects and Weiss Architecture.

A. Gruppo Architects.  Photography courtesy of  Jake Holt Photography.

A. Gruppo Architects. Photography courtesy of Jake Holt Photography.

Tickets available beginning September 1 on the AIA Austin website, or at participating locations: AIA Austin, Arete Kitchens, Nannie Inez and Urbanspace. See website for additional locations in September.

When: Saturday, October 27 through Sunday, October 28 from 10 AM – 6 PM

Where: 13 homes across Austin and one in San Marcos, Texas

For more information about the AIA Austin Homes Tour 2018, visit https://www.aiaaustin.org/homes-tour/2018. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AIAAustin/ Instagram and Twitter: @AIAAustin #AIAAustinHomesTour

About AIA Austin

The Austin Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Austin) has more than 1,000 architect and associate members, and over 180 Allied companies working in fields related to architecture, design and construction in the greater Austin area. AIA Austin is dedicated to improving our community by advancing the value of architecture. The chapter advocates for members, the profession, career development, and design excellence. AIA Austin operates out of the Center for Architecture in downtown Austin, a gallery and gathering space, and works with its cheaper affiliate, the Austin Foundation for Architecture, to provide scholarship and educational opportunities.