Join the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation and Pam and Doug Andriole of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage for a very special evening reception and presentation.
Michael Fassett will discuss Tucson modernist Tom Gist at 6:00PM, and the Gist-designed and built L. Dennis Page Residence, located in the Tanque Verde Valley. The talk — illustrated with period ephemera, current images of his work — will cover Gist’s life, and the evolution of his unique architectural style as reflected in the Page Residence.
Michael Fassett is native Arizonan who is currently residing in Los Angeles. Michael began his advocacy for preservation of Tucson’s Mid-Century Modern architecture in 2004 after witnessing the demolition of a Catalina Foothills Estates modernist residence as part of speculative, in-fill development.
Michael has restored mid-century modern homes in Windsor Park and Indian Ridge Estates, and he recently completed the restoration of his Tucson home that was designed and built by Tom Gist. He is currently President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, and he is leading the Foundation’s development of a monograph documenting Gist’s unique architectural style and body of work.
Event Restrictions | Special Instructions:
This is the first time this private home has been open to the public.
Light refreshments will be served
No commercial photography is allowed at this property.
Due to the limited available parking, reservations are required for this event. Carpooling is encouraged
This is a private home, so there are no mobility accommodations.
Attendees should wear footwear suitable for walking up to ¼ mile to reach the house.
Presentation will be held outdoors; please dress accordingly.
The reception is being sponsored by Pam and Doug Andriole of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
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