Butler Armsden Architects
A Wurster Revival is a renovation project completed by Butler Armsden Architects, and it is located in Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California.
The home was originally built in 1939, though its interior is now a marvel of contemporary design, brimming with works of art that serve to add unique character.
By Magaly • Oct 23, 2013
The Tiburon Bay House, located in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, was conceived as a contemporary, innovative approach to sustainable living and was designed by San Francisco-based studio Butler Armsden Architects.
The house is slated to be one of the first LEED-H Platinum certified custom homes in Northern California.
It is located on a previously developed site where the existing 1,500 square foot residence was deconstructed by hand and 95% was resused or recycled, including 10 tons of lumbers.
Lewis Butler, principal of San Francisco-based studio Butler Armsden Architects, designed the Yolo Cabin for his parents.
Located in Winters, a lush farming town nestled in the Sacramento Valley, California, this modern farmhouse is composed of two sections, a tall water tower, and a lower lean to area.