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Best of the West Virtual Modern Home Tour

Virtual Event
More Info Tickets are $30 per device and grant access to the taped segments after the live event ends
Image Credits All photos: Modern stunner in North County' Pine Needles neighborhood, designed by San Diego’s award-winning Nakhshab Development & Design

The Best of the West Virtual Modern Home Tour will take viewers up and down the West Coast and showcase some of the amazing modern homes in the cities where physical tours had to be cancelled this year.  Attendees will take the tour from the safety and comfort of their home, with the ability to revisit (or catch up on) any segments they missed after the tour ends.

A curated selection of homes will be showcased using 3D imaging, while the MA+DS host and architect (or designer, builder) lead viewers through the home and discuss the fine details of the design. Questions will be answered and plenty of expert advice and tips shared. The event honors just a slice of the amazing residential architecture found on the West Coast and those who bring it to life year after year.

One of North County’s most celebrated micro-neighborhoods — Pine Needles — will be center stage in this virtual home tour. Glimpse inside this modern stunner by San Diego’s award-winning Nakhshab Development & Design. Better still? The four-bedroom, seven-bathroom house is on the market. Combs Real Estate Group has the $6.9 million listing. The LEED Gold certified house celebrates indoor-outdoor design throughout. Light-filled and breezy, it is set against Del Mar’s unique topography.

Additional participants include a modern home designed by Hybrid Architects in Seattle, WA; modern mid-century-inspired home in Silicon Valley, CA designed by M Designs Architects; and a modern farmhouse in West Vancouver, BC designed by Synthesis Design.

How it works:

  1. Tickets can be purchased here: mads.media/botw
  2. Tourgoers will receive an access link with unique passcode prior to the event.
  3. Tourgoers can participate LIVE by watching the segments and asking the architects/builders/designers questions
  4. Segments can be watched (or re-watched) at a more convenient time after the event.

“The added bonus with doing a virtual tour is that tourgoers interested in seeing the homes do not have to block a full day off on their schedule,” says MA+DS founder, James Leasure. “Likewise, those who live far away don’t have to travel. We like to think of this as a LIVE TV show that you have the option to watch DVR-style at a later time.”