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    Garden Oaks 2016 Home & Garden Tour

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    Diverse Architecture, Inspired Remodeling & Fun Gardens Highlight the Garden Oaks 2016 Home & Garden Tour Explore the diverse architectural styles of Garden Oaks – one of Houston's most unique neighborhoods – along narrow, tree-lined lanes and beautiful gardens. The 2016 Garden Oaks Home & Garden Tour (GOHT) will showcase an eclectic variety of architecture and interior styles, from stunning contemporary designs and a rare “Century-built” home, to original Garden Oaks homes reborn with inspired remodeling ideas. Among the highlights, an Asian-inspired home using a traditional, hand-crafted exterior treatment called shou sugi ban. Free shuttles run continually, making it easy to tour the homes and gardens that have made Garden Oaks one of Houston's most sought-after neighborhoods. Catch shuttles to all nine stops from the GOHT Tour Center, Garden Oaks Shopping Center, 3800 N. Shepherd between W. 38th and Garden Oaks Blvd. Tickets $20 in advance at these retail locations: Joshua's Native Plants, Merle Norman at Ella & 43rd, and Lv Nails Spa. Or buy online at http://bit.ly/GO_HomeTourTickets. Day of tour tickets are $25, available at the GO Home Tour Center, 3800 N. Shepherd, Houston 77018. Proceeds benefit the public Garden Oaks Montessori Magnet school, neighborhood protection, beautification and other civic enhancements.
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    Garden Oaks 2016 Home & Garden Tour

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    Diverse Architecture, Inspired Remodeling & Fun Gardens Highlight the Garden Oaks 2016 Home & Garden Tour Explore the diverse architectural styles of Garden Oaks – one of Houston's most unique neighborhoods – along narrow, tree-lined lanes and beautiful gardens. The 2016 Garden Oaks Home & Garden Tour (GOHT) will showcase an eclectic variety of architecture and interior styles, from stunning contemporary designs and a rare “Century-built” home, to original Garden Oaks homes reborn with inspired remodeling ideas. Among the highlights, an Asian-inspired home using a traditional, hand-crafted exterior treatment called shou sugi ban. Free shuttles run continually, making it easy to tour the homes and gardens that have made Garden Oaks one of Houston's most sought-after neighborhoods. Catch shuttles to all nine stops from the GOHT Tour Center, Garden Oaks Shopping Center, 3800 N. Shepherd between W. 38th and Garden Oaks Blvd. Tickets $20 in advance at these retail locations: Joshua's Native Plants, Merle Norman at Ella & 43rd, and Lv Nails Spa. Or buy online at http://bit.ly/GO_HomeTourTickets. Day of tour tickets are $25, available at the GO Home Tour Center, 3800 N. Shepherd, Houston 77018. Proceeds benefit the public Garden Oaks Montessori Magnet school, neighborhood protection, beautification and other civic enhancements.
  3. http://fuelfix.com/blog/2013/01/25/noble-energy-planning-20-story-office-tower/
  4. Just north of where Repsdorph intersects NASA Road 1 a good size tract has been cleared of underbrush and most trees (many of which were dead anyway). Late this morning I also saw a survey crew. They were even pulling manhole covers to get the elevations of the storm sewer inverts. This tells me there must be some type of construction imminent. This is within the city limits of Seabrook. https://www.google.com/maps/place/2200+Repsdorph+Rd,+Seabrook,+TX+77586/@29.565271,-95.0414771,17z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x863f62664b1ca85f:0xbe406590798c3d41
  5. Well this was something fun to read this morning! I was wondering when they were going to build a new pier, but didn't know about the zoning restrictions. Anyone see any renderings or sketches of this yet? Here is the link to the chron article: http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Zoning-change-gives-huge-boost-to-plans-for-new-5517068.php#photo-6379411
  6. Maybe this kind of question has already been asked before, but just curious to see what architects some of you really like and what you want them to do for Houston. By the way this is anywhere! Houston, Texas, USA, the world. You could even split it up into dream architects and ones you think could be possible if that helps some of you xD. What are some top architecture firms that you like? What are some up in coming architecture firms/ architects on your radar? What architect/firm would you really like to design buildings in Houston? If this firm did design something, what would you like them to design? (from a single building to even a full community) (this can be new construction, adaptive reuse, preservation, or redevelopment) Where would you want this design to be located in Houston?
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