Recognition

Remodeling Magazines Big50 class of 2019

Each year since 1986, the REMODELING Big50 inducts 50 remodeling companies that have set exceptionally high standards for professionalism and integrity through exemplary business practices, craftsmanship, and impact in their community or the industry at large.

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Recognition

Best Design Build Firms in San Francisco

We have selected and evaluated the top-performing general contractors offering comprehensive design-build solutions in San Francisco. If you want your space to be designed and constructed with the utmost care for your vision and industry standards, consider the best design-build firms in SF.

Recognition

Remodeling Magazines Big50 class of 2019

Each year since 1986, the REMODELING Big50 inducts 50 remodeling companies that have set exceptionally high standards for professionalism and integrity through exemplary business practices, craftsmanship, and impact in their community or the industry at large.

Media Mention

Well Hidden Pantry

This updated Victorian restoration features an original transom window.

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Mix Master

Expanding the house into the backyard, excavating the basement and reorganizing the main level to achieve an open living area with views of Noe Valley and the San Francisco Bay, also helped to bring the home into the 21st century.

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Best Custom Home Builders & Design Build Firms in San Francisco Bay Area

When designing a new building or doing an extensive remodel, the typical process is to hire an architect, and later hire a general contractor to actually build what the architect has drawn up. However, there is a new model of construction that is becoming increasingly popular: design/build firms.

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A Victorian Kitchen Sees the Light

The theme of illumination is here used as crucial design inspiration for a San Francisco remodel. The open shelves, white walls and a new corner window seat bring light and a open feeling to this kitchen. Marble counters are a great surface to bake on, and clean up quickly.

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Dining Room Closet Bar

An eye-opening take on Modern utility in a Victorian dwelling. This renovated Victorian has a special closet in the dining room that has been repurposed into a bar.

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A Bathtub Filled with Light

In the renovation of a San Francisco Victorian home, this simply elegant bathtub is perfectly located. Allowing the tub to have its own separate area creates a special retreat. Metallic deco-inspired wallpaper and a disco ball for a light fixture keep the space playful and informal.

Recognition

2011 AIA East Bay Home Tours

The Berkeley Cube was featured on this home tour alongside other stunning architectural projects in the East Bay.

Publication

Small Eco Houses: Living Green in Style

The Berkeley Cube was featured in this coffee table book. Filled with beautiful color photographs and helpful floorplans, this book is a remarkable showcase of how good design can transform any small space into a comfortable, modern—and environmentally sensitive—home.

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Water Views

Our Mill Valley spa bathroom was feature in California Home & Design's July/Aug 2010 issue

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Baan Lae Suan

The Berkeley Cube was featured in a Thai shelter magazine

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Two’s the Charm

Home additions don't have to be a part of the original - they can be stand-alone buildings. This Chronicle feature article highlights the Berkeley Cube and a Mill Valley addition we did.

Recognition

Ten to Watch

Co-founders Jason Langkammerer and John Barone were included in California Home & Design's 2008 annual spotlight of the new and noteworthy stars of California architecture.

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Learning Curves

A Southern California school teaches one young firm more than just architecture -- it helps to build their practice.

Awards

2003 AIA/LA Citation Award

Jason was the project manager at W3 Architects for the McRight/Wagner Studios project which won an AIA Los Angeles chapter citation award

Awards

Hollyhock House Accessibility Retrofit Competition

In 1997, while a student at SCI-Arc, Jason Langkammerer entered the Frank Lloyd Wright Hollyhock House Accessibility Retrofit Competition and was awarded First Place.