Sun 6/6 @ 1PM
Everyone loves a home tour, and Cleveland Artists Foundation’s home tour is especially cool. Their tour — Cleveland Goes Modern III — takes you into some of the most architecturally innovative modern homes in NEO.
Cleveland Artists Foundation is reprising its tours of mid-Century modern homes in the greater Cleveland area this summer. Tour two magnificent examples of modern residential architecture that were in the Cleveland Artists Foundation exhibit Cleveland Goes Modern. Visit The Griesinger House in Gates Mills, designed by Robert A. Little in 1952, and restored and renovated for energy efficiency in 2004 by Little and architect Robert Blatchford. Then tour a stunning Mayfield Heights residence designed by architect Carl Droppers in 1956, the product of a landmark experiment in lighting in partnership with GE’s Wilbur Riddle. The homeowners will share their experiences of renovating and living in these treasured homes.
Bring your car. 1 – 3PM.