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Chr DAUER Architects
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The kitchen of an exquisitely detailed, Arts and Crafts style home is resurrected from its 1970’s remodel and transformed to better compliment the home and serve its family of four. Carrera marble counters, open butler pantry shelving, steel french doors, and checkerboard stone flooring contribute to the new kitchen’s crisp traditional elegance. General Contractor: Caruso Con...More
“Countertop & Shelf” — cynthialawson
Chr DAUER Architects
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Joost
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The kitchen of an exquisitely detailed, Arts and Crafts style home is resurrected from its 1970’s remodel and transformed to better compliment the home and serve its family of four. Carrera marble counters, open butler pantry shelving, steel french doors, and checkerboard stone flooring contribute to the new kitchen’s crisp traditional elegance. General Contractor: Caruso Con...More
Chr DAUER Architects
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Joost
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The kitchen of an exquisitely detailed, Arts and Crafts style home is resurrected from its 1970’s remodel and transformed to better compliment the home and serve its family of four. Carrera marble counters, open butler pantry shelving, steel french doors, and checkerboard stone flooring contribute to the new kitchen’s crisp traditional elegance. General Contractor: Caruso Con...More
“kitchens” — Lesley Roux
Chr DAUER Architects
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Douglass
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A typical post-1906 Noe Valley house is simultaneously restored, expanded and redesigned to keep what works and rethink what doesn’t. The front façade, is scraped and painted a crisp monochrome white—it worked. The new asymmetrical gabled rear addition takes the place of a windowless dead end box that didn’t. A “Great kitchen”, open yet formally defined living and dining rooms,...More
“Closets instead of walkin” — meganrichmond
Chr DAUER Architects
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Douglass
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A typical post-1906 Noe Valley house is simultaneously restored, expanded and redesigned to keep what works and rethink what doesn’t. The front façade, is scraped and painted a crisp monochrome white—it worked. The new asymmetrical gabled rear addition takes the place of a windowless dead end box that didn’t. A “Great kitchen”, open yet formally defined living and dining rooms,...More
“Beige et gris avec touche de couleur” — denisr
Chr DAUER Architects
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Douglass
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A typical post-1906 Noe Valley house is simultaneously restored, expanded and redesigned to keep what works and rethink what doesn’t. The front façade, is scraped and painted a crisp monochrome white—it worked. The new asymmetrical gabled rear addition takes the place of a windowless dead end box that didn’t. A “Great kitchen”, open yet formally defined living and dining rooms,...More
“fence yard privacy” — estradar809
Chr DAUER Architects
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Douglass
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A typical post-1906 Noe Valley house is simultaneously restored, expanded and redesigned to keep what works and rethink what doesn’t. The front façade, is scraped and painted a crisp monochrome white—it worked. The new asymmetrical gabled rear addition takes the place of a windowless dead end box that didn’t. A “Great kitchen”, open yet formally defined living and dining rooms,...More
“For the attic” — lesliedd
Chr DAUER Architects
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Douglass
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A typical post-1906 Noe Valley house is simultaneously restored, expanded and redesigned to keep what works and rethink what doesn’t. The front façade, is scraped and painted a crisp monochrome white—it worked. The new asymmetrical gabled rear addition takes the place of a windowless dead end box that didn’t. A “Great kitchen”, open yet formally defined living and dining rooms,...More
“Molding” — mravanesi
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