Project year: 2012| Location: San Francisco, California

Located within walking distance of the Palace of Fine Arts these three units underwent a tremendous rebuilding effort after a devastating fire.

About The Project

The units were completely rebuilt, although the skeleton of the building remained the same. The once-compartmentalized kitchens were opened up to the dining rooms and hallways, visually expanding the spaces without adding any square footage. Walls were reconfigured in order to add an extra bathroom, making these two-bedroom, 2½ bath units.

The units feature many sustainable characteristics including hydronic radiant floors with a high-efficiency boiler, sustainably harvested cabinet hardwoods, dual flush toilets, low flow faucets, low-VOC paints and stains, a 10.1kW photovoltaic array, and excellent cross ventilation.

“Phil Rossington was my architect on a 3 unit building in the SF Marina after a fire. Phil is the best to work with - very creative, thorough, professional, honest and easy to work with. He was involved with the project until the end and I would highly recommend him. I would love to do another project with Phil!”

Deborah S.Project Owner


Project Details

Architect / Design team
Phil Rossington, Mason St.Peter, Willard Williams.
Structural Engineering
Philip Whitehead
Completed in 2012 by Peterson Mullin Construction
Color consultation
Gale Melton Design
Tyler Chartier ©
External Link
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