SPF:a completes renovation of 1970s Jerrold Lomax residential design

SPF:a completes renovation of 1970s Jerrold Lomax residential design

SPF:architects (SPF:a) has completed renovations on the Taylor Beach House, a 1977 home originally designed by noted California modernist Jerrold E. Lomax, FAIA

Harvard-Belmont Residence Renovation by Stuart Silk Architects

Harvard-Belmont Residence Renovation by Stuart Silk Architects

Drawn to this historic Italianate residence, a landmark in Capitol Hills Harvard-Belmont Historical District, the new owners knew they needed a design firm that...

Worrell Yeung Designs Chelsea Loft for Art-Collecting Family

Worrell Yeung Designs Chelsea Loft for Art-Collecting Family

Worrell Yeung has completed the renovation and design of a 2,200-square-foot loft in Chelsea for an art-and-design-collecting couple with small children...

North Beach by Heliotrope Architects

North Beach by Heliotrope Architects

North Beach is a 2,400 sf waterfront retreat on Orcas Island designed by the Seattle-based firm Heliotrope Architects and built by David Shore

Lago Vista by Dick Clark + Associates

Lago Vista by Dick Clark + Associates

This project was a true evolution of design. The owners originally approached DC+A about 10 years ago to design an informal home on their narrow cliff-side lot...

Lone Madrone by Heliotrope Architects

Lone Madrone by Heliotrope Architects

Located on a rocky, wind-swept south facing shoreline; this retreat home nestles into the landscape to harmonize with its surroundings and minimize exposure to weather

Hidden Cove by Stuart Silk Architects

Hidden Cove by Stuart Silk Architects

This large wooded site is on a small bay on Lake Washington in the Washington Park neighborhood of Seattle...

Los Tilos by Whipple Russell Architects

Los Tilos by Whipple Russell Architects

This house is a response to what our unique Hollywood Hills topography provides. Not only hills and vistas, but a chance to be a neighbor to the iconic Hollywood Bowl...

Bienville House by Nathan Fell Architecture

Bienville House by Nathan Fell Architecture

To build a house for a family with growing needs that would provide access to outside light and air. The project had to include an additional unit, used as a short term rental...