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Atlanta Design Festival returns for 10th year to highlight modern architecture

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With lectures, discussions, an expo, and tours, there’s plenty to see over the next two weeks

An array of modern residential architecture in Atlanta.
A selection of moderns featured on this year’s tour.
Photography courtesy of Atlanta Design Festival

The Atlanta Design Festival—a two-week architectural extravaganza, featuring some of the best contemporary residential and commercial projects in the city—kicks off this weekend.

Put on by Modern Atlanta (MA!), the festival formerly known as Design is Human is entering its 10th year.

Plans call for going big to celebrate.

Programs will include the ever-popular tour of homes, a range of panel discussions, lectures, and the Design Economy Expo at ADAC.

Not just limited to Atlanta, the tour series is branching out this year, offering out-of-town trips to Asheville and Athens.

While the non-Atlanta tours kick off today, those interested in checking out some neat Atlanta pads have a bit of time to plan, as the local home tours will take place next weekend. Here’s a sneak peek at homes on the tour, which are dotted around Atlanta.

Tickets should be purchased in advance.

The Mifflin Hood building, next to the Beltline, is on the tour of homes this year.
Photography courtesy of Atlanta Design Festival