See Interesting Places (SIP) Visits Houston Historic Landmark

Tour one of Houston's Historic Buildings
Join The Heritage Society for a private after-hours SIP reception at the serene 1956 MacKie & Kamrath designed building in Pine Valley. Formerly known as the Farnsworth & Chambers Building, learn about one of Houston's most architecturally and historically significant buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Bearing jaunty angles and sleek lines, this historic Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired masterpiece features a lavish interior courtyard and intriguing green stonework that's sure to captivate one and all.

 Perspective drawing by architectural firm MacKie & Kamrath shows the vast horizontal planes and the natural materials that evoke Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural principles.

Perspective drawing by architectural firm MacKie & Kamrath shows the vast horizontal planes and the natural materials that evoke Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural principles.

 Relive Houston's History

Relive Houston's History


Relive Houston's Rich History
You'll tour the halls of one of Houston's notable historic buildings that served both the business sector and the newly emerging space industry. Marvel at the stunning results from Houston-based Harrison Kornberg Architects rehabilitation project. While respecting the building's original character, historic integrity and architectural vision, this group upgraded mid-century-old systems to state-of-the-art standards including LEED
specifications, modern workspaces, egress doors and more!

Reserve Tickets for this Event
This is an evening not to be missed! Unwind and enjoy spirited conversation with architecturally interested people and like-minded individuals while sipping your favorite cocktails and savoring delicious hors d'oeuvres.

When: Thursday, May 19, 2016
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Where: Pine Valley (receive location after reservation is received)
Reservations required
Buy Tickets: $75 per person

About SIP
See Interesting Places (SIP) takes guests inside Houston's interesting historic buildings while supporting The Heritage Society. While some age-old structures may be designated city landmarks or listed on the National Register of Historic Places, all historic buildings are significant due to their importance to Houston’s history or architectural significance and style.