A guesthouse addition to the historic English Tutor home originally designed by Willis Polk.
Located on more than 124 acres of rolling hills, a Mediterranean style estate is a 22,000 sq. ft. residence for a family of four. The building includes an 8,000 sq. ft. garage for the owner's valuable car collection, a wine cellar and tasting room.
A contemporary backyard is the last phase of a multi-phase project. It began with the redesign of the front façade and the yard, extensive interior remodel, and at last the connection between the indoors and the backyard.
The rugged alpine exterior houses a most comfortable family home. In designing this addition, we transformed the compound previously used by owners for retreat into the primary residence for them and their four children.
This front façade redesign and complete interior remodel transformed an existing California bungalow into a refined Arts and Crafts-style home.
For this new Tuscany-style house, all details and materials were carefully selected to be historically and stylistically accurate.
A complete facelift of a typical Ranch house creates a Mediterranean style home ideal for entertaining and hosting visiting family.
Designed for a family of four, the scope included a 5600 sq. ft. main house and a 500 sq. ft. detached guest house.
The design goal was to build a new home that was inspired by the style of the original structure it replaced. The result was a functional and state-of-the-art interior encased within a traditional Norman style exterior facade.
Seven unit townhome style condominium with 3 bedroom 2 baths and two car garage. The contemporary design reflects the demand of the market and at the same time brings fresh look at the entry to an established residential neighborhood.