Tennis Club Villa [Salon]
ADC Member tickets: $100 and Nonmember tickets $125 per person
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This is a unique opportunity to visit one of the 13 units in the 1965 William Cody-designed condominium complex next to the Palm Springs Tennis Club. San Francisco-based designer Kem Theilig will walk us through the design and renovation process and show how she transformed the home she shares with her husband into a warm and inviting space, furnished with a mixture of vintage and contemporary furniture. The condo units, which featured model home interiors designed by Arthur Elrod, were originally marketed as “Tennis Club Homes” in advertisements in the Desert Sun.
The kitchen of the Villa features Caesarstone surfaces. Caesarstone is the official sponsor of the Palm Springs Art Museum’s Architecture and Design Salons. The kitchen of the Villa features Caesarstone surfaces. Caesarstone is the official sponsor of the Palm Springs Art Museum's Architecture and Design Salons.
Limited to 50 people.
Thank you to Caesarstone, who is the Sponsor of the Architecture and Design Council Salon Series. Additional In-kind Support is provided by Boisset Collection Wines, Lagunitas Brewing Company, and Nothing Bundt Cakes.
photo: “Living room of Tennis Club Villa, Palm Springs,” by Lance Gerber