Rossington Architecture

With a sweeping view of the San Francisco skyline, this house started out with an upper hand. The original house was built by the client’s father – it was structurally sound, but was outdated and needed some layout help.

We flipped the upper floor, allowing the kitchen to open up to the hallway, visually expanding the space and creating bar height seating for larger gatherings. The kitchen is open to the hall and dining room, but can be closed off via pocket doors that hide away into the walls. New decks, a new entry and a few carefully placed skylights round out this major transformation.

Completed in 2012 by Bradford Construction. Structural Engineering: SEMCO. Color Consultant: Gale Melton Design. Photos: Rien van Rijthoven (the good ones) and Phil Rossington (the bad ones). Design Team: Phil Rossington, Jackie McKay.

This project was just published in the June 2015 issue of Qualified Remodeler magazine, pages 24-27
This project won a “Best in Show” and “Gold” Award in the 2014 QR Master Design Awards.

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