Berkeley, California   2001

A historic house, designed by John Hudson Thomas in 1907, had long been neglected and was in need of a great deal of restoration, from the foundation right through to the roof.

We also designed a 600 square feet addition which is cut into the slope under the house, a new kitchen, and a new master bathroom. We put in two new elevators, new lighting, and landscaping, and oversaw the careful restoration of the home’s exterior and interior finishes.

Cutsheet for Tunnel Road Residence

Owner: (withheld by request)
Architect: Robert Nishimori, David Trachtenberg, Ari Seligman
Engineer: Van Maren Associates
Builder: McCutheon Construction
Cabinets: Mueller Nicholls