The Fort Worth American Institute of Architects Homes Tour is Fort Worth’s only citywide homes tour curated by architects. Open to the public, this self-guided tour showcases outstanding residential architecture in the Fort Worth area designed by local architects. The AIA Fort Worth Homes Tour helps make possible the variety of programs offered to the public throughout the year by AIA Fort Worth. Initiated in 2012, it already has become one of the Chapter’s most important outreach programs. It is a unique opportunity to experience great residential design.
The five homes on this year’s tour exhibited a variety of living accommodations and architectural styles, all demonstrating the value that architects can bring to residential projects. This year featured homes by Norman Ward, FAIA; Marta Rozanich, AIA; 97w; Paul Dennehy, AIA; and Brandon Allen, AIA. See images below.
Proceeds from the AIA Fort Worth Homes Tour support the variety of programs offered to the public throughout the year, and has quickly become one of the Chapter’s most important – and exciting – outreach programs. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to explore these homes and experience what great residential design can do for you.
Thank you to our 2018 AIA FW Homes Tour Sponsors!
FRIENDS OF THE TOUR
HOME ELITE SPONORS
Bogle Constructs Entirely Interiors JHF Construction
Fort Worth Focused Realty Group Daltile Finishing Wizardry
2018 Featured Homes
1. Architect: 97w
Utilitarian, prefabricated shipping container three-story housing with optimized livable areas off West 7th Street near the Cultural District
2.Architect: Norman Ward, FAIA – Norman Ward Architecture
Park Hill renovation of 1950’s home; redefined roof line, circulation and spaces achieve better ambient light and interconnectedness of living spaces inside and out
3.Architect: Paul Dennehy, AIA – Dennehy Architects
Overton Park renovation of ‘Ranch Style’ 1950’s home; for better flow and use of natural light within the existing footprint and take advantage of unique natural landscape
4.Architect: Marta Rozanich, AIA – Konstrukcio Studio
Ridglea Hills renovation of a 1950’s home to fit a Chef’s lifestyle, with modern efficient improvements, and re-worked floor plan to entertain and capitalize on hilltop views
5.Architect: Brandon Allen, AIA – Allen Architecture
New construction, modern farmhouse in South Arlington that is very intentionally placed on 4 acres to engage nature