Ticket’s are now on sale for Restore Oregon’s annual Mid-Century Modern home tour. This years featured architect is  renowned Oregon architect John Storrs who is one of the masters of the Northwest Regional Style.

I have had the pleasure of being on the planning committee this year so know this is an incredible line up of homes to tour.  I am also proud to sponsor the tour as I know my funds go towards supporting the organizations continued advocacy to preserve significant pieces of our history so that we can share them with future generations.

Details from the Restore Oregon site –

The 2018 Mid-Century Modern Home Tour features five Portland-area homes designed by John Storrs. Discover Storrs’ architectural legacy and contribution to the Pacific Northwest Movement. Don’t miss this rare chance to gain an intimate view of mid-century modern living as envisioned by a master.

Architecture & Design Lecture

Participants will learn about Pacific Northwest Modernism, John Storrs unique design perspective, and may take a self-guided tour of the Oregon College of Art and Craft, one of Storrs well-known commercial designs. Friday, May 11, 7pm at Oregon College of Art and Craft. Lecture included with purchase of Mid-Century Modern Tour ticket. Or, may be purchased separately for $10.

Self-Guided Mid-Century Modern Home Tour

This self-guided, driving tour allows participants to explore five of Storrs-designed residential homes at their own pace. Participants discover unique interiors, explore imaginatively designed outdoor living areas, and have a rare chance to gain an intimate view of Mid-Century Modern living as envisioned by a master. Saturday, May 12, 10am–4pm.

Exclusive free MIX:MOD After-Tour Party at Rejuvenation

Don’t miss the exclusive free MIX:MOD After-Tour Party at Rejuvenation. Participants are invited to join the party and enjoy vintage cocktails (21+), hors d’oeuvres, DJ, and dancing at Rejuvenation’s Flagship store in Southeast Portland. Open for all ticket holders. Saturday, May 12, 6pm-9pm. Mid-century attire encouraged with prizes for best dressed.

Get your tickets at the Restore Oregon website (links below) now before they sell out

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