This is a custom motorized skylight at a second floor hallway, where it is designed to provide abundant light and air. It feels wonderful when the skylight is open.
We are starting construction on an Eichler remodel in Palo Alto. The Sense of openness in these homes is always inspiring, and especially so whe you take away everything else and get to see the structure in its pure form. Our project designer Doug Ponciano is pictured here, reviewing the plans of what's to come.
A view from the living room of one of our designs in Portola Valley.
We are currently designing a home with a board formed concrete wall that will be experience inside and out. By intentionally exposing material, we elevate craftsmanship to an art installation.
Sometimes it's easy to lose sight of the fact that these homes are handmade. So many hours. So many hands. It's important to stop and just marvel at the beauty and craft of construction itself.
Custom walnut cabinets. Never goes out of style. At our Ramona Avenue Residence.
Our Riviera Avenue Residence project is a remodel and addition, and the changes are dramatic, yet true to the original home's Asian and midcentury modern roots. We added a new garage in the front, and embraced the compact space between the two buildings by creating a courtyard with a framed view of the sky in the middle. Warmed by new cedar soffits, it should make for a lovely entry.
The texture and depth of this cement plaster fireplace wall at our Hyacinth Lane Residence is almost like a piece of art or a mural. Our clients found the perfect piece of wood for the mantle, and the room needs little else to make a statement.