Mid-Century Modern San Fernando Valley: Palmer & Krisel Home Tour

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Experience Mid-Century Modern Architecture in the San Fernando Valley by touring a selection of iconic Corbin Palms Homes designed by Dan Palmer, AIA and William Krisel, AIA. After the tour, there are a limited number of tickets available for a cocktail reception at the Baldwin house designed by Richard Neutra.

When: Saturday, June11th, 2016 :: Corbin Palms Tour 10am to 4pm :: Neutra House Reception 4pm to 6:30pm

For ticket and parking information, please visit SFVmcmtour.EventBrite.

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