Alfonso and Harmon Architects


Business Description
Alfonso & Harmon Architects is a design-oriented architecture firm specializing in new and remodeled custom designed residences throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1997 by architects Francisco Alfonso and Richard Harmon, the firm has grown into an architecture practice excelling in a broad scope of residential and commercial projects. With our attention to detail and commitment to excellence in design, Alfonso & Harmon Architects provides the highest level of individual service to our clients.

Our design process is simple. We begin by going over the client’s goals and expectations. Then, we guide our clients through the process of design, permitting, and construction. By partnering and communicating with the client, engineer, and contractor throughout the process, we are able to transform idea into reality. Alfonso & Harmon Architects strive to respond to our client’s needs with creative and beautiful architectural solutions.

We provide a wide range of architectural services including, but not limited to: schematic design, design development, kitchen and bath design, master and phase planning, material selection, working drawings, permits, bidding and negotiation, and construction administration. Our talented team is experienced in all phases of architectural practice.
Alfonso & Harmon Architects is a design-oriented architecture firm specializing in new and remodeled custom residences throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Located in downtown Los Altos, Alfonso & Harmon Architects strives to respond to our clients’ needs with creative and beautiful architectural solutions. With our attention to the smallest detail and commitment to excellence in design, we transform your dream into reality.
Location:
Los Altos, CA US 
Type:
 
Address
111 Main Street, Suite A,
Los Altos, California,
United States, 94022 
Fax:
(650) 559-9397 
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Thanks! The pier is about 2'-6" tall.
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