Butler Armsden Architects is an award-winning, high-end residential architecture firm in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Leading the office is Lewis Butler, who received his formal training at Stanford University and Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. He then joined the distinguished firm of William Turnbull and Associates before founding Butler Armsden with his wife, Catherine Armsden, in 1985. For over 25 years the firm has specialized in new and remodeled homes in San Francisco, Napa Valley, Sonoma, Stinson Beach and Atherton with a diverse portfolio that includes everything from a new townhouse in San Francisco to a family cabin amidst cornfields in Yolo County.
Location: 1420 Sutter Street, First Floor
San Francisco, CA 94109
Commented: What was the type of siding used here? Beautiful! Thanks for the question! The siding is the original aluminum that was already on the house, but with a fresh coat of paint.
February 6, 2015 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Rug Hi cole0389, thanks for the question. The carpet is from Stark Carpets - Avelino, color: Light Taupe. We purchased it as a custom sized area rug.
February 3, 2015 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Could you tell me what the floor tile is? It took us a little bit to find it in the database, but the exact tile is Waterworks Carrera Basketweave. Gorgeous!
November 13, 2014 in Photo Questions  
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