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 The original house was built by the client’s father – it was structurally sound, but was outdated and needed some layout help.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


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


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

Planet Granite

Planet Granite Sunnyvale is a climbing gym and fitness center, the second of a growing Bay Area business. For this location one-half of an existing tilt-up concrete structure was demolished and a new light weight steel framed structure was added … Continue reading

Via Technologies

Via Technologies, a Taiwanese chipset firm, wanted to build a luxury retreat for their corporate executives and high level staff. The complex was designed on a lush nine-acre site in Jiading, 40 minutes outside Shanghai on the banks of the … Continue reading