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Built in collaboration with Haller Architecture & Design and Lane McNab Interiors, this thoughtfully executed craftsman-style home blends old world charm with modern day amenities. Featuring a built-in work from home nook with pocket door, reclaimed oak floors from Ohio, and a custom staircase with curved baluster and hidden storage, the design stays true to the style of the home while allowing for everyday conveniences.

Architect: Haller Architecture & Design
Designer: Lane McNab Interiors
Photographer: Christopher Stark
Location: San Francisco Peninsula
Square Footage: 2,972 sq. ft.


Butler Armsden Architects and Gary Hutton Design re-designed this San Francisco condominium which incorporates sleek finishes and colorful design to create a jewel box in the sky. To take advantage of the bay views, the space is furnished with understated fittings that play off the minimalistic architectural design. Custom lighting design, lacquered cabinetry, silver glazed floors, and floor to ceiling windows work to create a space which embodies modern metropolitan living.

Architect: Butler Armsden Architects
Designer: Gary Hutton Design
Photographer: Matthew Millman
Location: San Francisco
Square Footage: 3,400 sq. ft.


PCH built this estate for a family leaving San Francisco for better weather and a yard to raise their young family. The curving staircase and extensive stonework throughout are some of the distinct features that make this property stand out. Every detail was thoughtfully considered. Stone, cedar and dark steel were used throughout. Thermally broken steel windows and doors open to outdoor sitting areas and an organic garden, a new pool and putting green complete the serene environment. Read more in Luxe Magazine.

Architect: Richard Beard Architects
Landscape Architect: Lutsko Associates
Designer: Kelly Hohla Interiors
Construction Manager: Whiteside Construction Management
Photographer: Paul Dyer
Location: San Francisco Peninsula
Square Footage: 13,000 sq. ft.