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Architect Visit: AIA 2009 Living Home Tour in SF

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Architect Visit: AIA 2009 Living Home Tour in SF

September 10, 2009

A reminder for Bay Area architectural enthusiasts: This weekend is the AIA 2009 San Francisco Living Home Tour, with tours and events on both Saturday, September 12, and Sunday, September 13th, headquartered at the Stable Cafe. For more information, go to AIA SF's Architecture and the City Festival. To register in advance, click on AIA SF Home Tour.

Here's a preview of projects on the tour:

Above: The Stable Cafe by Malcolm Davis Architecture.

Above L: A bath by LS Arc on Randolph Street. Above R: Park Street kitchen by Studio Sarah Willmer.

Above: The Ames cottage by Boor Bridges, with a vertical garden by Flora Grubb.

Above L: A dining area on Park Street by Studio Sarah Willmer. Above R: Dining area on Randolph Street by LS Arc.

Above: A house on Clayton Street by Mork-Ulnes Design.

Above: A kitchen by Axelrod Architects at the Clock Tower Lofts.

Above: A kitchen on Liberty Street by Cary Bernstein Architect.

Above: A house on Cole Street by John Maniscalco Architecture.

Above: A kitchen in Glen Park by Strachan Forgan of Sasaki Associates.

Above L: Kitchen/dining on Roanoke Street by Apparatus Architecture. Above R: A bath on Alabama Street by SB Architects.

Above: Mosaica, a sustainable project in the Mission District for the Citizens Housing Corporation by WRT Solomon.

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