The Los Angeles Conservancy presents another in its popular home tour series “At Home with History” on Sunday, November 6th from 10am to 4pm. Visitors will get the opportunity to explore the historic neighborhoods of Los Angeles, known as Historic Preservation Overlay Zones, or HPOZs. They’ll be able to speak with residents about their experience living in HPOZs, and see firsthand how owners create personal and livable homes, while preserving historic integrity.
This Sunday, October 23rd, the American Institute of Architects Los Angeles heads east for its Fall 2011 Home Tour. At each of the four homes on the tour, visitors will have the opportunity to talk to the architects and docents and discover new designs.
Rudolph Schindler’s Lovell Beach House in Newport Beach and Charles and Ray Eames’ residence in Pacific Palisades are both open to the public this weekend in separate fundraisers.