2010 / Kensington
This two bedroom and two bath house was built in the 1950’s. The main level had minimum access to the backyard; the house had a narrow and insignificant kitchen layout, nonfunctional circulation, and poor lighting and ventilation.
Design challenges of this project were the height limit set by the Kensington Municipal Advisory Council, and compliance with threshold of gross floor area sets by the Kensington Zoning Ordinance.see details
2009 / Berkeley
A 1,277 sq. ft. structure built in 1921; this home represents a typical house of its time in the Berkeley hills. The original design had a utilitarian floor plan, inward layout with no indoor/outdoor connection, except for the poorly attached rear deck. The lower level included a large crawl space with a small bathroom and a sub-standard ceiling height, and the arrangement of the rooms did not take advantage of the outstanding Bay views.see details
2008 / Albany
Stunning Spanish Mediterranean MacGregor Remodel.
Built in 1930, the original house was a one bedroom, one bath home with poor circulation, sub-standard design, and bare minimum light & ventilation.see details
2007 / Berkeley Hills
Built in 1951, this home’s distinctive architectural detailing reflects the aesthetic environment of the Bay Area. Nestled up a private drive on the ridge of the Berkeley Hills, this lovely home is situated on an oversized lot with a wide view of the Bay.see details