McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, San Francisco, CA, 2017 Interior Architecture and Design, McEvoy Art + Dialogue (MAD), the McEvoy Foundation for the Arts’ exhibition space, is a both an arts and community space. At over 5,000 square feet, with four galleries, including a multi-media screening room, and associated office and collection management spaces, MAD aims to bring to the public not only the collection of the McEvoy family, but also rotating exhibitions, lectures, spoken word, film screenings, and other events.
Valley View Residence, Orinda, CA, 2017
Interior Architecture and Design - Complete residential interior design with new private library, custom cabinetry and furniture design, layouts, furnishings & fabrics, landscape features, and management of additional repairs and improvements.
Ski House, Winter Park, CO, 2017
Architecture - Design of new 3,000 sq.ft. ski in-ski out, 5 bedroom, contemporary-rustic mountain residence. This sustainable-design home employs locally sourced reclaimed siding and heavy timbers, radiant floor heating , a superior thermal envelope, and passive ventilation.
Altman-Siegel Gallery, Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA, 2016
Architecture - Commercial Interior Architecture - 5000 sq. ft. build- out for internationally renowned San Francisco art gallery, including public and private exhibition spaces, reception, offices, break room, and art storage / packing areas. In collaboration with Mark Jensen Architects, and the broader Minnesota Street Arts Project.
Jordan Park Renovation, San Francisco, CA, 2016
Architecture & Interior Design - 2200 sq. ft. residential remodel of classic San Francisco Edwardian home with an emphasis on new kitchen and bathrooms, refreshing finishes throughout, and new furnishings in selected areas.
West Portal Renovation, San Francisco, CA, 2016
Architecture & Interior Design - Gut renovation of 2000 sq. ft. residence with in-law unit, creation of cathedral ceilings, new kitchen, bathroom, and decks.
Noe Valley Renovation, San Francisco, CA, 2015 Architecture & Interior Design - Renovation of 3,500 sq.ft. home including reconfiguration of entry, new powder room, kitchen, median room - custom casework, finish and lighting improvements, and interior design.
Pacific Heights Condo Renovation, San Francisco, CA, 2014-15
Architecture & Interior Design - Update to 900 sq.ft. apartment, including complete reconfiguration of kitchen, lighting, electrical and finish upgrades, and new interior furnishings throughout.
Glen Park Kitchen + Addition, San Francisco, CA, 2014
Architecture - Small addition to rear of Edwardian home, to expand and reconfigure the kitchen, new bathroom, stairs and decks, opening rear of home to the garden.
Sunset Kitchen, San Francisco, CA, 2014
Architecture - Classic style kitchen remodel with custom woodwork, exposed beams, and timeless finishes.
Glen Park Renovation, San Francisco, CA, 2014
Architecture - Fast track renovation of 2,000 sq.ft. home, including new kitchen, bathrooms, office, stairs, lighting and finishes throughout, with panoramic doors connecting living space to the exterior and reclaimed wood details.
Bernal Bath + Kitchen, San Francisco, CA 2014
Architecture - Modern remodel of Bernal Heights bath (phase 1) in matte glass tile, and kitchen (phase 2) with pops of color accenting white gloss, and walls removed to connect kitchen to adjacent dining room.
Coastside Residence Remodel, El Granada, CA, 2014
Architecture – Exterior remodel reconnecting entry of a single family home to its front yard. Includes new stairs, deck and fencing, and employs FSC certified and reclaimed redwood. Interior bath and master suite remodel.
Alemany Farm, San Francisco, CA, 2013
Professor, Project Leader - The Alemany Farm is San Francisco’s largest urban farm. A not for profit organization, the 4.5 acre farm is nestled between Interstate 280, the St. Mary’s public housing project, and the steep back end of Bernal Hill. The farm provides food, education, events, and a quiet green space for the community. In partnership with the farm, California College of the Arts students in Rebecca Katkin’s “TURF” studio (Design for Tomorrow’s Urban Farming) created a new storage shed, signage, and self-guided tour of the farm. Students from this course also won a grant, based on their work in the studio, to create an outdoor kitchen for the farm.
Altman-Siegel Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2009
Architecture - Tenant improvements including office, break and private viewing room and custom reception desk for a nationally recognized, award winning, art gallery in downtown San Francisco.
Sonoma Residence, Sonoma, CA, 2007 (ATA)
Project Architect & Manager for Arkin Tilt Architects - New Construction of a single family home. The project includes a casual grouping of hybrid structures of timber and straw bale, and employs photovoltaic panels and solar hot water.
Avalon Springs Healing Resort, Middletown, CA, 2007 (ATA)
Project Architect & Manager for Arkin Tilt Architects - Renovation and development of a hot springs resort and creation of a new model ecological community and educational center. Avalon Springs utilizes natural building technologies including straw bale, earthen plasters, and PISE.
East Bay Depot for Creative Re-use, Oakland, CA, 2006 (ATA)
Project Architect & Manager for Arkin Tilt Architects - Tenant improvement for a non-profit arts and educational organization devoted to promoting recycling and reuse.
Greenwich Village Townhouse, New York, NY, 2006 (MAI)
Project Architect, Manager, & Interior Designer for Melander Architects - Gut remodel of a 4,400 sq.ft, 1851 townhouse in lower Manhattan, creating a 3 story home and separate guest flat. Creating of outdoor patio at upper level with in-floor snow-melt system and outdoor shower, custom casework, and all new furnishings (IIDA award for interiors).
Filmcore Offices, San Francisco, CA, 2006 (MAI)
Team Designer for Melander Architects - Tenant Improvement for a film editing and distribution firm. The design employs an open loft-like plan, long translucent sliding glass wall, and residential furniture to create a comfortable environment that encourages interaction and ease IIDA award for interiors).
Pear Farm - Walnut Grove, CA, 2004 (MAI)
Project Architect & Manager for Melander Architects - New 5,500 sq.ft. private residential compound settled in the midst of a working pear orchard, including three separate structures - home, farm labor dwelling, and barn.
The Luggage Store Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2001 (MAI)
Project Architect & Manager for Melander Architects - 2,800 sq.ft. non-profit art gallery remodel, feasibility study, and grant application assistance.
Little Bear Farm, Chestertown, MD, 1999
Project Principal - New construction of 2,600 sq.ft. farmhouse. The design draws from the local vernacular but is opened internally - reflective of the various homes the clients had known in their working lives in the State department, largely in the Middle East.