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American Institute of Architects L.A. home tour

March 16, 2011 |  9:16 am

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The American Institute of Architects, Los Angeles will host its latest home tour March 27, featuring four designs located "east and west of the 405" Freeway.

The self-guided tour includes a Hollywood Hills canyon home designed by Assembledge overlooking the San Fernando Valley, a Brentwood home by Cory Buckner Architects that doubles as an artist's studio, a Bel-Air contemporary by architect Rick Leslie and the modernist home shown above designed by Studio Pali Fekete Architects.

Tickets are $65 for AIA members and $75 for the public. Participants will receive a ticket, map, driving directions and information on each of the homes. Docents and members of the design team will be available at each home to answer questions. More information: (213) 639-0777 or e-mail info@aialosangeles.org.

For an advance peek at houses on the tour, keep reading ...

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This Brentwood home by architect Cory Buckner has views of Santa Monica Bay.

 

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Inside the Buckner house.

 

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The multilevel, 4,700-square-foot contemporary residence pictured above, designed by Rick Leslie, is in Pacific Palisades.

 

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Leslie's house has a photovoltaic system, solar-heated pool and indoor water, locally made concrete masonry unit walls, skylights, bamboo and bio-fiber flooring, bamboo cabinets and mostly low-water landscaping.

 

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Stoneridge, the house pictured above, is by David Thompson working for Assembledge.

 

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Located along Mulholland Drive, Stoneridge and its pool fountain overlook the San Fernando Valley.

 

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Architect Zoltan Pali's Nightingale residence, pictured above, included collaboration with Andrea Cochran Landscape.

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Photos: Nightingale residence by John Linden, Brentwood residence by Tom Bonner, the master bathroom shot is by George Pesce; Rick Leslie home by Michael Arden Pho ttography, Stoneridge by Michael Weschler Photography

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