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The original house was a typical two-bedroom flat on top of a garage, tucked into the hillside. This project gutted the interior and extended the house eight feet into the rear yard, allowing a third bedroom and second bath to … Continue reading


The Douglass Street project is a renovation/addition that doubled the square footage of a single family house in Noe Valley. An enlarged gourmet kitchen, new family room and master suite have been added. The addition is a modern interpretation of … Continue reading


The house was originally a small two-bedroom house, raised above a garage and storage space – typical of the housing stock built in the middle of last century in San Francisco. This project consisted of creating a usable family room, … Continue reading


This project was one of 77 townhomes built in the 1980’s and not updated since. We opened up the spaces to one another, filling them with more light and a sense of connectedness. The owners host an annual large holiday … Continue reading


One of the original 1906 earthquake shacks was brought to Bernal Heights and added onto over the years, including an in-law unit below it. This project combined the two units by inserting a stair into the floor of the upper … Continue reading


Rossington Architecture was hired for design services only (architect of record the responsibility of others) for this new building which consists of four, three-bedroom, three-bath townhouses in a residential Mission neighborhood. While the exterior follows a typical San Francisco contextualism … Continue reading

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