May 2017 – Restore Oregon will present the Mid-Century Modern William Fletcher Tour. A founding member of the Portland architectural firm FFA (Fletcher Farr Ayotte), William Fletcher’s work was inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and the international style of architecture, but was also influenced by Oregon’s NW Regional Modernism which was flourishing at that time. The resulting homes are both modern and appropriate for the landscape. Scroll down for more information.
In addition to celebrating Mid-Century architecture, the goal for our tour is to draw attention to the need for thoughtful preservation of Modern architecture. Homes on the tour may have been lovingly restored, but there are so many more Modern buildings whose historic significance remains unrecognized, and are very much in need of stewardship.
Tickets are non-refundable and all proceeds benefit the programs of Restore Oregon, a non-profit devoted to saving Oregon’s historic places, from the pioneer through modern eras.
This is a self-guided, self-driving tour. A souvenir tour booklet with maps, addresses, descriptions and photos of the houses featured on the tour is provided to tour-goers at the check-in location TBD.
Checking in & Logistics:
Tour-goers who attend the Friday companion talk may check in at that event and bypass Saturday morning check-in.
Check-in opens 9:00am on the Saturday of the tour.
Houses open at 10:00am and close at 4:00pm
Check-in will close at 12:30pm
Note: these are private homes, so there are no mobility accommodations.
Please no children under 12 years of age unless they are babes in arms
No pets, food or drink in these homes.
If you or your company is interested in sponsoring the 2017 tour, please email our development director. For press passes to the tour and information please email us at email@example.com.
Friday | Ticketed Separately
**Tour ticket holders who attend the talk will be able to check in and receive their tour booklets at the Friday evening talk, bypassing Saturday morning registration.
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