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The original 2 bedroom, 2 bath house was enlarged to 4 bedrooms and 3-1/2 baths. The ground floor was dug out and the building was extended into the rear yard, creating a new office, media room and guest bedroom. The … Continue reading

Yukon (under construction)

The Yukon Street project consists of a complete revamp of a house in the Castro which had been added onto and bastardized over the years. Scheduled for completion 2020 by CLO CONstruction. Structural Engineer: SEMCO Engineering. Design Team: Phil Rossington, … Continue reading


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 The original house was built by the client’s father – it was structurally sound, but was outdated and needed some layout help.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 … Continue reading


A small, compartmentalized 1960’s builder house was enlarged by a mere eight feet to spur this major transformation, creating a modern, open, comfortable living space, showcasing the kitchen and the talents of the cook. The living room was opened up … Continue reading


The Dolores Street project is a complete renovation of the home, including digging out a guest suite into the hillside and rebuilding the back of the house. The house was built as one of a pair of houses in 1926, … Continue reading


The Myrtle Street house took the client’s love of clean, simple detailing and paired it with an environmentally sensitive solution. The existing house was built in 1940 and had a typical compartmentalized layout, with little reference to the site or … Continue reading


The house at 161 Elsie Street is designed to fit comfortably within its context of pitched roofed, bay windowed neighbors while presenting a modern character to its form. The strict design guidelines of the Elsie Street code and the Bernal … Continue reading


The house sits at the end of 6 identical houses built in 1960. The original house had a flat front, with a deck running the width of the house. This project renovated the interior and added a bay at the … Continue reading


The 1,500sq.ft. Sunnyside Avenue Residence is a study in compactness and restraint. A small flat with a studio apartment below were integrated into a new two-story single-family house with the addition of an interior stair. The house was lifted, stripped … Continue reading


Open spaces with clean lines and a simple palette of materials complement the very “green” transformation of this 1960’s rancher. The original house’s kitchen was closed off from the rest of the house- this transformation opened up the kitchen to … Continue reading

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