MEET THE ARCHITECTS
04.23.20 | 6:00 - 8:00 PM
A supplemental event that will occur prior to the Home Tours, this panel discussion explores the latest trends in residential design. Join the conversation on housing trends and innovative design solutions that will inspire architects and homeowners alike.
6:00 - 7:00 PM Wine and buffet
7:00 - 8:00 PM Panel discussion
TBS Design Gallery
3283 De La Cruz Boulevard, Suite A
Santa Clara, CA, 95054
Moderator: Caroline Kwak, AIA
Ana Williamson, AIA
Ana Williamson Architects
Catherine Garber, AIA
Fergus Garber Architects
Stuart Welte, AIA
Square Three Architecture
THANK YOU TO OUR HOSTS
05.02.20 | 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
This self-guided tour features four homes that are located in Portola Valley, Palo Alto and Woodside. The tour includes a jewel-like modern home designed for scientists and music aficionados; a sustainable and livable farmhouse faced with exquisite recycled barnwood and native palette of stone; and a reorganized and modernized charming 1920s family home. These homes range in size from 2,800 to 7,000 SF. See more info on the homes.
PORTOLA VALLEY, Music Box
by Ana Williamson Architect
A beautiful modern home with an open plan in the public spaces, amenable to switching between cozy living quarters and an entertainment and performance venue, despite the home’s small footprint.
PALO ALTO, Transitional Renovation
by Fergus Garber Architects
Originally built in the 1920’s, charming original qualities were retained, such as the broad front porch and floor to ceiling windows, while the home has been fully reorganized and modernized. Located in a popular Palo Alto neighborhood.
WOODSIDE, La Questa Modern Farmhouse
By EID Architects
Built to be both sustainable and livable and set on 3 acres, the home is spacious, open, and blends with the beautiful surroundings. On the outside, they used recycled barnwood and native palette of stone, and inside, the home has energy efficiency, safe materials, and modern finishes.
PORTOLA VALLEY, Sunrise-Sunset House
By Square Three Design Studios
Sunrise-Sunset takes advantage of the 180º views of the bay area hills from both the interior living spaces and the exterior private yard spaces, while creating a sense of privacy with neighbors. Beginning with a sunrise to sunset design concept, this home is anchored by a strong east-west axis and interior circulation corridor.