Case Study House Tours
When you think of historical tours, what most often comes to mind might be destinations where history was made that helped shape America in some intrinsic way, or locations where history remains clouded in mystery and we're fascinated by the unknowns that lay hidden in the past after decades of scrutiny and examination. The California Gold Rush, Native American historical sites, Alcatraz prison and Angel Island, and even cities themselves hold historical value and significance that we keep seeking knowledge about.
If you're interested in the lesser known side of architectural history, you'll enjoy historical tours of Case Study Houses that helped shape low-income modern housing construction after the conclusion of World War II. Case Study House Tours take you inside unique residences constructed during the post-WWII building boom that were designed by architects of the time hailed as innovative craftsmen of their generation. Started in 1945 by Arts & Architecture Magazine, the Case Study House program is recognized as one of the most influential contributions to mid-century architecture.
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