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