Mill Valley, CATraditional Deck, San Francisco

Photography by Jason Wells

Example of a classic deck design in San Francisco with a fire pit —  Houzz
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lesliekatzman wrote:Sep 6, 2016
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    Hi and thanks so much for your interest.

    The fire pit is custom. Hope this information is helpful. Let us know if you have any other questions. Best of luck with your project!

    --Urrutia Design

aricb wrote:Jun 6, 2016
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    Hi and thank you for your interest in our project. The run is 11.25" while the rise is 7". Hope that this information is helpful. Best of luck with your project.

    --Urrutia Design

vas711 wrote:Mar 12, 2015
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    Hi, and thanks for your interest. The windows are manufactured by Loewen.

    --Jason Urrutia/Urrutia Design

Lloyd Dallett wrote:May 23, 2012
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    The house is located in Marin County, California.
    Jason Urrutia/Urrutia Design
saja277 wrote:Aug 21, 2011
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    I chose the size and shape of the fire pit based on the size of the area and the furniture layout. Then the shape of the pit was formed in wood and filled with concrete. The sides of the pit were surfaced with stucco and the top was again formed with wood and poured with concrete. Urrutia Design/Jason Urrutia
ldottkeele wrote:Jan 4, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Laura Gaskill added this to 17 Ways to Work a DeckFeb 25, 2015

    14. Multilevel deck. When you are working with a sloped or narrow lot, splitting up the deck into multiple levels can make the best use of the space. An outdoor kitchen could be positioned on the upper level (nearest the house) for easy access to the indoor kitchen, while a seating area or fire pit could be placed a few steps down, creating a private hangout zone.

    John Hill added this to Tracing the Deep Roots of DesignJul 27, 2012

    Sheltering trees with fractallike forms can have an even more substantial impact on a house, such as the huge tree shading the house and large deck. One result of trees with fractallike forms is fractallike shadows, which in a sense are abstract images of nature.More:Find High Architecture When Home Gently Meets Ground5 Unique Homes Throw the Landscape a Curve

    Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to 30 Dream Decks for Lounge LoversMay 20, 2012

    A deck built around a large, sprawling tree offers shade, and the tree provides the focal point.

    Alison Aves added this to Houzz Tour: Luxury With a Treehouse FeelSep 6, 2011

    An area of the deck adjacent to and above the outdoor kitchen contains a fire pit and cushy seating.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    vawelch added this to Patio IdeasSep 2, 2019

    the concept of the steps leading to the patio is what we are looking at

    Melinda Conrad added this to deckingJun 29, 2019

    Instead of all steps a bench incorporated

    Marylou Hargan added this to New Deck And PatioJun 14, 2019

    Oversized stairs look out of place

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