EVENTS
TOURS 2022
PHOTO: Sant Architects. Saddle Peak Residence. Detail of image by Joe Fletcher

Experience placemaking, in person, through AIA Los Angeles Tours.

Visit stunning spaces typically not open to the public, in small group tours led by architects and designers with detailed knowledge of each project.

Arch Tour Fest is back this Spring, Thursday, May 12 – Sunday, May 15th.  We have programmed an array of new projects throughout the city from single family residential homes to community and performing arts centers.  Individual tickets to tours can be purchased below for each tour, or a limited number of tour passes are available here.


TOUR PRICES

Individual Tickets (see below)

AIA Member – $45

Non-Member – $55

Students – $20

 

Passes

AIA Member – $400 (10 tours)

Non-Member – $500 (10 tours)

Student – $50 (5 Tours)

SUPPORT ARCH TOUR FES

If you would like information on how your firm can support Arch Tour Fest, please email  the Events Manager Corrine Ellingson.


Thursday, May 12th, 2022
Canyon Drive - SOLD OUT
10:00AM
Santa Monica Proper Hotel
10:30AM
500 Broadway
11:00AM
Santa Monica Proper Hotel
12:30PM
500 Broadway
12:15PM - SOLD OUT
Santa Monica Public High School Discover Building
3:30PM

Friday, May 13th, 2022
Case Study
10:00AM
Case Study
12:00PM
Flor 401 Lofts
12:30PM
Reentry Opportunity Center
1:00PM
Taylor Yard Bikeway / Pedestrian Bridge over Los Angeles River
2:00PM

Saturday, May 14th, 2022
Glorya Kaufman Performing Arts Center
11:00AM
Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) Arts & Recreation Center
2:00PM

Sunday, May 15th, 2022
Haus Around A Tree
10:00AM
Getty View Residence
10:30AM
Getty View Residence
12:00PM - SOLD OUT
Katz Family Pavilion for the Athletics and Culture
2:00PM

CREDITS
PHOTO: Banner: Sant Architects. Saddle Peak Residence. Detail of image by Joe FletcherRow 1: Patient Tower. HMC Architects Henry Mayo || Row 2: (L) Animo South Los Angeles. Brooks + Scarpa. Photo Tara Wujcik | (C) Pacific Visions Aquarium of the Pacific. EHDD Architecture. Photo Tom Bonner | (R) LA STEAM Design Institutes. Lehrer Architects. Photo Michael B Lehrer FAIA