The AIA Dallas Tour of Homes, Dallas’ only citywide home tour and the area’s only tour curated exclusively by architects, is back. This is the 15th anniversary of the tour, and this milestone year features geographic expansion of homes outside of Dallas, including a home in Denton and one outside of Tyler.
The Tour of Homes showcases the work of the city’s talented architects, highlighting innovative and outstanding residential design. This year’s tour will feature groundbreaking homes in Preston Hollow, Oak Cliff, Lake Highlands, Lakewood, Turtle Creek, and, for the first time ever, in Denton and East Texas.
Seven homes will be in-person only, two will be virtual, and one in Denton will have hybrid options (both in-person and virtual).
Virtual tickets will consist of digital access to three homes, with an hour-long video walk-through led by the architects. The in-person tours feature a sustainable home on Stonegate Road pursuing quadruple energy and green building certifications, and producing five to seven times more energy than is being consumed, a historic renovation of a farmhouse on Kessler Parkway, a 6,000-square-foot home in Preston Hollow, and many more.
For a full list of homes, go to the event website.