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6:15 PM – 7:45 PM
NewSchool of Architecture & Design - Auditorium
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Open House San Diego 2019
A FREE weekend event that celebrates the best of our city’s architecture by offering behind-the-scenes access to 80+ iconic sites.
11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
From Mission to Modern, Eighth Annual Adobe Home Tour!
Adobe Home Tour
Adobe bricks, the building material of the California Missions was also the building material of choice for modern homes built in the late 60s and 70s and designed by Bay area architect, Don Brandenburger. Three of these homes inside the private gates of the Pauma Valley Country Club will be featured in the Eighth Annual Adobe Home Tour, and a fourth adobe home designed by Jack Weir. In addition ticket holders will tour an adobe home designed by Larry Weir and built by the Weir Bros. Adobe Construction Company. It highlights a swimming pool in the living room. St. Francis Episcopal Church, built of adobe in 1975, featuring beautiful stained glass windows will be open during tour hours. An organ concert will be offered every hour. While you are in the area, the Pala Mission built in 1816, with a major restoration completed in 1959 by Fr. Janarius Carillo, the band of Luiseno and Cupeno Indians and Larry Weir will be open at 1:00 p.m. for special tour hours.
The Eighth Annual Adobe Home tour is a project of the San Diego Adobe Heritage Association, whose mission is to inspire the appreciation and understanding of adobe heritage.
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San Diego, CA 92112-2228
Federal Tax ID: 95-3513927
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