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

Featuring spaces not often accessible to the general public, AIA|LA tours provide intimate access to some of the most exceptional and innovative architecture in Los Angeles today.

These special visits conducted for small groups of attendees are typically guided by the architects or designers of the project. They provide in-depth insight into design and construction processes.

Whether attendees are Angelenos interested in design, or other architects with years of expertise, each tour provides a rare opportunity to look and learn. This combination of insight and unique access, often render tours fully booked within hours.  

Considering a tour? We encourage you to book quickly.

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PROPOSE A PROJECT FOR AN AIA|LA TOUR

AIA|LA Architectural Tours share exceptional design by AIA|LA members, with prospective clients, design enthusiasts, and peers in the profession. They offer exposure for designer and firm, and an opportunity to present the project in a larger context.

AIA|LA members seeking to submit their work: please furnish an exterior image, an interior image and a narrative of up to 200 words via email to Executive Director Carlo Caccavale, Hon. AIA|LA .


01.15.20
Warner Music Groups LA Headquarters
Home to seven of its recording groups, Warner Music converted the historic former Ford Motor Company factory to a one-of-a-kind site with innovative co-working spaces, 150-seat live performance venue, and custom installations reflective of each recording group and so much more!
01.19.20
The Mandeville Canyon Residence Tour
In Los Angeles, it is easy to feel disconnected from the living world, but this Mandeville Canyon home designed to act as a walk through a garden, embraces its relationship with nature.
02.15.20
Bridge House Tour - 10AM
The project’s commitment to sustainable solutions will serve as a demonstration of innovative systems and forward-thinking processes.

02.15.20
Bridge House Tour - 11:15AM
The project’s commitment to sustainable solutions will serve as a demonstration of innovative systems and forward-thinking processes.

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