Confirmed Homes on Design Marfa's 2015 Home Tour
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Home Tour tickets will be sold on Saturday, September 19, 1-4 p.m. at the Hotel Paisano lobby.
This historic Marfa home was built in 1917. The ground floor is adobe with original furnishings from this early ranching family.
1000 North Capote Street
Built in 2007, the house was a collaboration between the owners and architect Cameron Armstrong. The main goal was to design/build an energy and cost efficient home that could be easily constructed with minimal waste and maximum use of recycled materials. Seventeen interlocked steel columns support the roof. Exterior walls are in-filled with Hebel blocks (composed of 80% recycled limestone) and stuccoed.
409 Fifth Street Casita
Located on the north edge of town with views of Livermore and Blue Mountain. With open living space, IKEA kitchen and interesting vintage furniture finds.
This adobe home has the original 18 inch thick walls and was constructed in the 1920's. The house was completely gutted and rebuilt in 2000 by Stephen Bryan.
The Rock House aka Lundy House
Early stone house renovated by architect Victor Lundy.
500 E. Lincoln St
Single-family home of compressed earth and concrete blocks featuring an enclosed central courtyard inspired by the form of regional agate stones.
Sunday, September 20, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Consider extending your stay for this event:
Judd Foundation will host an open house at Casa Perez.
There will be a talk by Dr. Jeffrey Shepherd, Associate Professor of American Indian History at UTEP (time tbd).
There will be music and food available, but visitors are welcome to bring their own picnic and drinks.
Casa Perez is located about 45 miles from Marfa down Pinto Canyon Road, the gate is on the left about 12 miles past the end of the paved road. High clearance vehicles required.
People can contact Hilary duPont with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 432-729-4406 ext.100.