The American Institute of Architects (AIA) in the Triangle is bringing you a unique opportunity for the second year in a row, with the AIA Triangle Tour of Residential Architecture. This is an interesting, informative tour that isn’t just for architecture junkies, but for anyone who is curious about the vastly diverse living spaces in the area, from historically charming to cutting-edge modern.

On Oct. 1st, the Triangle will be transformed into a gallery, and residential living spaces will be the works of art. The homes that will be showcased were designed by local architects, reflecting a variety of housing options. The tour will feature urban infill and adaptive reuses, condominiums, historic preservations, new constructions, renovations and additions.

This is a great opportunity to see a part of the Triangle that you normally wouldn’t notice or even have access to during your travels. The tour reveals local architectural flavor and style, while also juxtaposing the history of a centuries-old residence with the futuristic inspiration of the latest design styles. For more information about the tour, visit the AIA Triangle website.