Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘home tour’


Mad for Modern

Mad for Modern
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It’s been called “satorially splendid” and “slow-burning,” and “a morality tale.” For the season finale, Mad Men pulled in 4.6 million viewers. The series opens in 1960, the dawn of a new decade, yet with the remnants of the prior decade still front and center—beautiful suits wrapped around beautiful men, and women donned in hats […]

Get on the Bus! AIA Architectural Tour (AKA Roof Party)

Get on the Bus! AIA Architectural Tour (AKA Roof Party)

Every year American Institute of Architects Pasadena & Foothill reserve a double-decker, stock up on wine, and plan the route. It’s a summer evening with a glass of wine on the roof of a bus while learning about historic architecture in Pasadena. The stops are still being finalized, but we suggest you reserve your spot […]

A World All Its Own: Zorthian Ranch

A World All Its Own: Zorthian Ranch

A commune. An art studio. A junkyard. A personal Utopia. Beatniks, intellectuals, bohemians. “The Dionysus of the Altadena foothills”¹ During the Open Studios weekend at the beginning of June, we entered the world of Zorthian Ranch. That was 2½ hours that easily could’ve been all day. We imagine we looked like the 6-year-old feels walking […]

2015 Historic Highlands Home Tour

2015 Historic Highlands Home Tour

Historic Highlands is bordered between New York and Washington Avenues, north to south, and Hill and Lake Avenues, east to west. On May 9th, the area’s HH Committee presents the 2015 Historic Highlands Home Tour. Originally settled by early Pasadena pioneers David McPherson and Ezra Dane in the late 1800’s, today the residential district lined […]

Bungalow Photo Op

Bungalow Photo Op

Are you a bungalow lover? Are you planning on attending this year’s Bungalow Heaven Home Tour? If you do, take pictures! If they’re lovely, will you share them with HP readers? We hope so! New this year is a trolley, which offers a 45-minute narrated, air-conditioned bus tour of the Landmark District Architecture. Times: 12:30, […]

Kitchen & Home Tour Goes Small

Kitchen & Home Tour Goes Small

After traipsing up sweeping grand staircases, navigating myriad hallways, side doors and en suites, then clomping down narrow back (servants) staircases and admiring living rooms larger than your entire home, have you had enough of mansions and grand estates? If so, this year’s American Society of Interior Designers, Pasadena Chapter’s Kitchen and Home tour may interest you—”four exceptional homes […]

Busch Gardens, Ninita Parkway-Rose Villa Walking Tour

Busch Gardens, Ninita Parkway-Rose Villa Walking Tour

“Pasadena Heritage invites you to WALK, LOOK and LISTEN as we celebrate National Preservation Month. Each Saturday in May we will feature a different walking tour, or lecture that will educate, entertain, and highlight a unique part of Pasadena’s history and architecture.”  May 17th: Docent-led walking tours of charming Pasadena neighborhood that was once the […]

Altadena “La Solana” Home Tour

Altadena “La Solana” Home Tour

In 1926 23 houses were built on La Solana Drive as “a residential connection to the nearby golf and country club.” While every house on the street has a red tile roof, white Mediterranean-style exteriors, 12-inch thick walls and hardwood floors, no two floor plans are alike. In 1926, the purchase of a house on […]

27th Annual Home & Kitchen Tour

27th Annual Home & Kitchen Tour

“A Great Day of Design” is what the Pasadena Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers promises you. This self-guided tour of homes located in Pasadena, Arcadia and La Caňada feature four “spectacular” homes designed by ASID Pasadena members. One is a “green” up-country home, another a modern ranch, followed by a French colonial […]

Altadena: Home Is Where the Heart Is

Altadena: Home Is Where the Heart Is

The season of home tours marches on. This Sunday, the Altadena Guild hosts the “The Heart of the Midlothian,” a tour of four homes, old and new. The architectural past is represented by a 1930 Monterey Spanish Revival designed by Wallace Neff and a 1930 traditional Monterey Colonial with a nautically-themed library and a vintage […]

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