Back in the office, we're selecting the final images for the Kelton Avenue Residence photo shoot with Cesar Rubio. We are super excited to be able to share images of this project with you soon!⠀
Ogawa Fisher Architects is pleased to welcome Project Designer, Doug Ponciano, to our team. Doug holds a degree in Architecture from California College of the Arts in San Francisco. He most recently worked at Carmago & Associates Architects in San Jose where he focused on residential projects. Doug has been a great addition to our team and we are enjoying having him as part of our collaborative process. Welcome Doug!
Exploring Orcas Island. I'm always fascinated by expertise, obsession, and craft.
Having a design meeting at our construction site, using the wood siding as a makeshift pin-up board. Design meetings happen wherever we can.
At our La Donna Avenue Residence. ⠀
Delivering tile samples to the Amarillo Avenue job site. This way the contractor can calculate the bathroom floor assembly thickness for each of the bathrooms, and then match the wood floor height perfectly for a seamless transition. As the finishes go up, we're finally starting to see some color in the house!⠀
We are nearing the end of schematic design for our Cordilleras Road Residence, where we are creating a new two-story volume that complements the existing one-story home. The muted grays of the exterior palette will help highlight the magnificent trees around the property. This home will also feature a first floor that is completely wheelchair accessible inside and out.
We have started schematic design for a new home in Los Altos. The home will feature an exposed concrete wall, lots of natural light (even into the basement), and a generous, open flow from room to room. This is a view from the front entry hall; you can see a sliver of the great room beyond, where the ceiling, glass walls, and view all expand to the outdoor space and pool beyond.
We are exploring some really fun tile layouts for the entry courtyard at the La Donna Avenue Residence.
Our office took a field trip to see the Sea Ranch exhibit at the SFMOMA. This photo of a site model, made with sugar cubes and push pins, was a good reminder of how anything can everything can inspire architecture.