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SPRING ARCH TOUR FEST: Appleton Way II

May 18 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm PDT

$20 – $55

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Spring ARCH TOUR FEST: Appleton Way II

Information regarding the tour will be emailed directly to registrants 24 hours before the event.

 

 

Tour Led by:

Santiago Ortiz, Assoc. AIA, Principal/ CEO, ORTIZ MEXIA PROJECTS, Inc.

Tour Organizers:

ORTIZ MEXIA PROJECTS, INC.

Just as the home owners, our project is sui generis. We present to you an intimate portrait and tour of our Appleton Way II project. We will discuss in detail the design process and how the project materialized. We will also be talking about the array of atypical building materials and finish choices for the completion of this residence. From a Hinokifuro (Cypress Soaking Tub), to Muiracatiara Siding (South American Tropical Hardwood), and Clay wall finish throughout. As designers and architects, the exposure to new spaces and different project types naturally enhances our understanding of the physical world. This tour is a wonderful opportunity to critique and exchange ideas in order to grow as amateur or seasoned designers.

 

Building Credits:

General Contractor: Juan Gallegos

Interiors finishes and Built-in Cabinetry Design by: ORTIZ MEXIA PROJECTS, Inc.

Built-in Cabinetry Fabrication and Installation by: Think Inside & CNJ Cabinets Inc.

Kitchen Design by: Chris Tosdevin, BULTHAUP SANTA MONICA.

BULTHAUP Kitchen Installation by: b and b Kitchen Installations

Landscape by: Owner

Structural Engineers: Mercado & Associates

 

Approved AIA CES 1.5 Learning Units: 

Learning Objective 1:
Participants will discuss in detail the design process and how the project materialized and was developed with the client.

Learning Objective 2:
Participants will be able to recount the array of atypical building materials and finish choices for the completion of this residence, from a Hinokifuro (Cypress Soaking Tub), to Muiracatiara Siding (South American Tropical Hardwood), and clay wall finish throughout.

Learning Objective 3:
Participants will discuss how the architect provided their client with a tasteful, modest, and practical solution for a sui generis project which will stand the test of time physically & aesthetically.

Learning Objective 4:
Participants will become familiar with the architect’s unique aesthetic, material and spatial sensibility, and serious commitment to the environment and the health of those inhabiting or interacting with all Project constructs.

Parking Information: 

There is parking on North side of the street. There is also additional parking on both sides of the street on Walgrove Ave. or Appleton Way , East of Walgrove Ave.

 

Details

Date:
May 18
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm PDT
Cost:
$20 – $55
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.aialosangeles.org/home/aiala-events/tours/

Venue

Appleton Way II
1336 Appleton Way
Venice, 90291

Organizer

AIA Los Angeles