WA design is an architecture firm established in 1985 by David Stark Wilson, AIA. Our design philosophy emphasizes the inter-relationship of building and site. Each design begins as a considered response to a set of criteria dictated by the site and client. Although progressive in approach, our designs draw heavily on the vernacular building of the area in which we are working. Ordering principles for a given project borrow from their context and often metaphorically relate to the natural landscape. This connects our buildings to their specific site and circumstance in a meaningful way.

A crucial component of the overall design objective on each project is to apply the design of sustainable and solar features as an integral component of the architecture. From initial building siting concepts through building organization and material selection, each phase is approached with sustainable ideas at the forefront of the design decisions.

Services Provided
Architecture, Landscape design, Lighting design, Furniture design

Areas Served
Throughout the US, San Francisco Bay Area, Marin county, Palo Alto, Saratoga, Los Altos, Napa county

Certifications and Awards
See website http://www.wadesign.com
San Francisco Bay Area Architects
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014

Contact: info@wadesign.com
Location: 805 Folger Ave
Berkeley, CA 94710
Commented: Risers Sorry, don;t know where we had those done at this point. They are custom perforated ( likely water jet ) 1/4" steel plate
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Commented: Where do you get this steel siding? That was sourced by the subcontractor but is commonly available "galvalume" corrugated siding
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Commented: Dinning table Contact Scott Pew at Berkeley Mills ( in Berkeley Ca )
February 13, 2015 in Photo Questions  
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