6 Courtland Place by Mirador Group (Photo by Divya Pande)
707 E. 9th by Collaborative Design Group Architecture & Interiors (Photo by Benjamin Hill Photography)
“House 1519” 1519 Indiana Street by Collaborative Designworks (Photo Benjamin Hill Photography)
1915 North Boulevard, by Reagan Andre Architecture (Photo by Benjamin Hill Photography)
8718 Westview by studioMET (Photo by Benjamin Hill Photography)
2250 Albans by CONTENT Architecture (Photo by Benjamin Hill Photography)
5530 Longmont by Paul N. Brow, Architect (Photo by Benjamin Hill Photography)
1622 Missouri by studioMET (Photo by Luis Ayala)
We here at PaperCity consider ourselves architecture-obsessed, so we look forward to the annual American Institute of Architects (AIA) Houston Home Tour every year.
For this year’s tour, October 19 and 20, a jury of industry experts has selected eight area homes that represent the finest in new residential architecture.
The two-day self guided tour is open to the public and provides a rare peek inside some of Houston’s most fabulously appointed private houses in beautiful neighborhoods, from Montrose to Tanglewood, and West University to Boulevard Oaks.
The homes on this year’s roster were designed by Collaborative Design Group Architecture & Interiors, Collaborative Designworks, Mirador Group, Reagan | Andre Architecture, Content Architecture, Paul N. Brow Architect and studioMet Architects, which has two homes on the tour.
Home tour chair Rob Robinowitz, AIA, of McIntyre + Robinowitz notes that the success of each home is the result of an intense collaboration between the homeowner and his or her architect and builder.
Here is the full slate of home’s on this year’s AIA Houston Home Tour:
1). CONTENT Architecture – 2250 Albans Road, Houston, TX 77005, 4,129 sq. ft.
2). Mirador Group – 6 Courtlandt Place, Houston, TX 77006
3). Collaborative Design Group Architecture & Interiors – 707 E. 9th Street, Houston, TX 77007, 5,298 sq. ft.
4). Collaborative Designworks – 1519 Indiana Street, Houston, TX 77006, 4,205 sq. ft.
5). Paul N. Brow Architect, LLC – 5530 Longmont Drive, Houston, TX 77056, 5,531 sq. ft.
6). studioMET Architects – 1622 Missouri Street, Houston, TX 77006, 3,000 sq. ft.
7). studioMET Architects – 8718 Westview Drive, Houston, TX 77055, 5,417 sq. ft.
8). Reagan | Andre Architecture – 1915 North Boulevard, Houston, TX 77098, 6,400 sq. ft.
Get a look at the eight houses on the tour in the photo gallery above and below this story.
AIA Houston Home Tour, Saturday – Sunday, October 19 and 20, noon to 6 pm; full-tour tickets $25 in advance for adults, $20 bike riders, $15 children 12 and under; $35 on weekend of the tour, $10 single-house ticket at door. Go to www.aiahoustonhometour.org for tickets and information.