Do you dream in clear strains and mushy curves, open flooring plans and enormous home windows, natural supplies and mod colours?
If these are just a few of your favourite issues on the subject of home design and elegance, it would be best to mark your calendar for Charlotte’s upcoming “Mad About Trendy” house tour.
The eleventh annual tour might be held on Sept. 24, with each digital and in-person choices (for the primary time in two years). Particulars beneath, however first, take a peek on the houses you’ll be visiting:
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Concerning the tour
This yr’s “Mad about Trendy” tour options 5 houses and one business area in East and South Charlotte, Myers Park and NoDa. Tickets can be found at madaboutmodern.com.
Along with the houses and St. Mark’s Lutheran Church at 1001 Queens Street, which was in-built 1960, a few occasions will bookend the tour:
- Mod expertise: A kickoff social gathering on the The Charlotte Museum of Historical past on Thursday, Sept. 22, will have a good time midcentury trendy design and elegance. Jim Owens of Alter Architects will give a speak about how immediately’s architects may give new life to midcentury trendy houses.
- Museum admission: Your ticket consists of admission to The Charlotte Museum of Historical past on Saturday, Sept. 24. Whilst you’re there, don’t miss “Charlotte: Indicators of House,” that includes classic indicators from Charlotte locations over the previous 50 years, together with The Penguin, South 21 Drive In and Eastland Mall.
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- Advance tickets are $30 and embody full tour entry, plus a ticket to the Mod Expertise on Sept. 22.
- Day-of tickets are $35.
This story was initially printed September 15, 2022 5:00 AM.