Skyhouse is one of four homes built around the central theme of the Chinese five element theory. Earth House, Water House, Tree House, along with a communal fire pit complete the picture. Each home is unique and contains a feature to highlight its theme. Shared external materials and cladding maintain cohesiveness.
Treehouse is one of four homes built around the central theme of the Chinese five element theory. It features a "tree" that reaches from the basement floor through the skylight at the roof.
SF Artist loft
Built as an auto dealership in the 1920's, the Don Lee Cadillac building was converted to lofts in 1998. After nearly 2 decades, the corner loft had a decidedly dated vibe so an update was needed. The results are decidedly modern and uncluttered.
This Pacifica home was originally built by a mill worker who used wood as his primary form of cladding. It was dark, heavy and dated so it needed to lighten up by removing some of the dark veneer walls and adding a sliding glass wall for indoor/outdoor living.
Berkeley Hills Ranch Home
A ranch-style home circa 1950 was purchased by a young couple looking to create a home they can entertain in and ultimately retire in. We moved the kitchen from a corner to the center of the home and turned an entire wing of the home into a luxurious master suite. They enjoy their home with their beloved fat cat.