From Carol Barden's House of Light, 3312 University. It's part of the Rice Design Alliance Home Tour.
Exterior of 2709 Albans; 1941; English + Associates Architects, 2010. (Photo by Paul Hester)
748 Arlington (ticket sales location); Jay Baker Architects, 2003, 2012; Landscape by Fischer Schalles. (Photo by Paul Hester)
1514 Banks (ticket sales location); Lantz Full Circle, 2012. (Photo by Paul Hester)
1603 Cherryhurst; 1922; GSMA, 2009, 2013; Landscape by Grove Hill Farm. (Photo by Paul Hester)
4523 Teas (ticket sales location); Natalye Appel + Associates Architects, 2015; Landscape by RH Factor. (Photo by Paul Hester)
3312 University (ticket sales location and will call); Strasser Design, 2016. (Photo by Paul Hester)
An interior from Carol Barden's House of Light, 3312 University.
Exterior shot of Carol Barden's House of Light, 3312 University.
From Carol Barden's House of Light, 3312 University.
Benefitting the Rice Design Alliance, the Nourish: Architecture and Edible Gardens tour kicks off this weekend. A tour of six contemporary houses with edible gardens, this one-of-a-kind home tour knows two things: the surefire way to the heart is through the stomach, and the kitchen is where the heart of the home is. (Although in this case, the kitchen is via edible garden.)
Chaired by Flora Yeh of Mirador Group, this intimate, sophisticated tour has the same mission of every RDA tour since its inception in 1975: to guide Houstonians through the most interesting and flourishing works of architecture, landscape and interior design.
What: 41st Annual RDA Tour: Nourish: A Tour of Architecture and Edible Gardens.
When: Saturday, April 9, and Sunday, April 10, 1 pm – 6 pm each day.
Where: Various houses in Houston.
Tariff: $35 for new members; $25 for current RDA members; $15 for students with student ID
Contact: Allyn West, 713.348.5668; email@example.com; ricedesignalliance.org