Claremont Heritage

2016 HOME TOUR
Sunday, Oct. 9 10:00-4:00

A Glance Back at Last Year's Home Tour

2015 HOME TOUR • Sunday, Oct. 11 10:00-4:00
Home Tour • Photo + Art Exhibit

Events held Oct 8-10: DocumentarySunset ReceptionLuncheon + PresentationRoute 66 Architectural Walking Tour

 
 


33rd Annual HOME TOUR
Sunday, October 11 • 10:00-4:00
Check-in opens at 9:30 in Memorial Park
840 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Claremont


Features six docent-led tours of Claremont homes built in 1900-1940s including
Greene & Greene Darling House

The six Historic Homes also include The Sycamores, a beautifully restored Craftsman,
the original Milford Zornes home and studio,
as well as the Padelford House, an amazing Mediterranean Revival.


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DAY OF EVENT HOME TOUR TICKETS
$40 / $35 MEMBERS available at Check-in:
CLAREMONT HERITAGE - Garner House (Opening at 9:30am)
Memorial Park ▪ 840 N. Indian Hill Blvd. ▪ 909.621.0848



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Sunday, Oct. 11 10:00-4:00
Check-in opens at 9:30am in Memorial Park
HOME TOUR
Day of Event: $40 / $35 Members
The six Historic Homes include the only Greene & Greene designed residence in Claremont, the Darling House, The Sycamores, a beautifully restored Craftsman, the original Milford Zornes home and studio, as well as the Padelford House, an amazing Mediterranean Revival

The theme of this year’s Home Tour is Mission to Modern 1900 – 1940s and will feature homes that contain architectural design influences that embody the characteristics that later became known as Modernism.

The Tour will highlight examples of Claremont’s exceptional and varied residential architecture including Arts & Crafts, Craftsman, Neo-Georgian, Spanish Revival and International Styles.

A total of six homes will be on the tour - Check-in is at the historic Garner House in Memorial Park where the Claremont Heritage office is located.

Sunday, Oct. 11 • 10:00-4:00
PHOTO + ART EXHIBIT
Ginger Elliott Exhibition Center
Free Admission


Thursday, Oct. 8 • 7:00-9:00
DOCUMENTARY
LOUIS SULLIVAN -
The Struggle for American Architecture
Donation
Mudd Theater, 1325 N. College Ave, Claremont (at Foothill Blvd)

Friday, Oct. 9 • 6:00-8:00
SUNSET RECEPTION
At the spectacular former residence of
MILLARD SHEETS
in the Padua Hills

Buy tickets by Oct 5: $60 / $50 Members

Enjoy an evening filled with amazing views, cocktails,
hors d’oeuvres, jazz music and an incredible art collection.


Saturday, Oct. 10 • 11:30-1:00
LUNCHEON + PRESENTATION
Special guest Neutra scholar,
BARBARA LAMPRECHT
Buy tickets by Oct 5: $60 / $50 Members

Location: Platt Center on the campus of Harvey Mudd College.
Her talk, based on her dissertation, will feature examples of
Neutra’s work in Claremont.
Includes a luncheon buffet, Neutra books by Barbara Lamprecht
will be available for sale and signing, as well as other books
and ephemera that relate to Claremont Modern.


Saturday, Oct. 10 • 1:30-3:00
ARCHITECTURAL WALKING TOUR
HISTORIC ROUTE 66 -
Significant institutional and commercial buildings
Tickets at check-in: $25 / $20 Members

Claremont Heritage is proud to participate in the 2015 DOCOMOMO Tour Day on Saturday, October 10th. As part of our Home Tour Weekend, we will present a guided architectural walking tour of Historic Rte 66 including Institutional and Commercial Architecture by noted designers and architects such as Millard Sheets, Edward Durell Stone, Criley & McDowell, Pereira & Luckman.

The tour will start on the Campus of Harvey Mudd Campus - Meet in front of the Shanahan Center (south side) 260 E. Foothill Blvd, Claremont, CA 91711 at 1:30. Parking is available on Foothill Blvd or Platt Blvd between Dartmouth and Mills Ave.

From the very beginning, Claremont and the Claremont Colleges have enjoyed buildings and master plans developed by some of the leading architects of their day. TOUR GOERS will also receive a self-guided map of mid-century modern architecture in Claremont.

Claremont Heritage is located in the historic Garner House at Memorial Park
840 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Claremont CA 91711
909-621-0848
email: info@ClaremontHeritage.org


Claremont Heritage is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
All proceeds from the 2015 Home Tour will help support our mission of preserving and celebrating Claremont’s history and architectural heritage through advocacy, education and research.