Klopf Architecture
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Klopf Architecture brings the outside in. For 15 years the team at Klopf Architecture has sought to understand each client's needs, then designed custom solutions for each unique situation. Specializing in new warm, modern homes and modernist net-zero energy houses, the firm uses clean lines, proportioning, restful alignments, and natural materials to admit natural light and connect inhabitants with nature. The firm's primary goal is to create spaces people love to inhabit.

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Sustainable Design, 3D Home Design

Areas Served
Alameda, Albany, Belvedere, Belvedere Tiburon, Berkeley, Brisbane, Broadmoor, Colma, Daly City, Emeryville, Marin City, Muir Beach, Oakland, Pacifica, Piedmont, San Bruno, San Francisco, Sausalito, South San Francisco, Tamalpais-Homestead Valley, Tiburon, Los Angeles, San Diego, The entire Bay Area, All of California

Certifications and Awards
Design Shuffle: Top 10 design firms, 2013.Best of Remodeling – San Francisco Laundry Rooms (Houzz), 2012.Best of Houzz multiple years.
Modern Architects | San Francisco Bay Area
Best of Houzz Winner

Contact: John Klopf
Location: 2180 Bryant Street, Suite 203
San Francisco, CA 94110
License Number: C28815
Typical Job Costs: $250,000 - 3 million
Construction costs in the San Francisco Bay Area are changing a lot lately. Recently the construction cost for modern style projects like you see in our portfolio have typically ranged between $400/sf and $500/sf for mid-sized remodel-addition projects, or between $500/sf and $600/sf for new homes. You can learn more about construction budgeting and other issues related to your project at http://www.klopfarchitecture.com/project-advice/
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Commented: Color of the gray exterior Sure, that is Benjamin-Moore Kendall Charcoal. Thanks for asking, and have a good weekend...
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Commented: bathroom floor The floor in this entire house (except in the shower) is polished concrete. It's the actual structural concrete slab of the house.
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Commented: what kind of recessed lights are those? they are very nice! The downlights in this project were WAC recessed LED cans. They're great but can be pricey. If you are looking for a more budget fixture, a similar but not as flat option is the Halo SMD4 "faux&q...
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Commented: What shelves are those white one? they look great Hi Alessandro, sorry for the delayed response. I unfortunately don't have the answer about the shelves, apart from it being an Italian pre-fabricated system. Sorry not to know the exact brand. I seem ...
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Commented: What company manufactured the sliding glass door ? The door you see (and the windows) are all from Blomberg. Please note, the frame style in the picture has been discontinued as far as I know. It was their "Eichler" frame style, but with bet...
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Commented: The bunk bed is adorable Although it may no longer be available because they change their inventory all the time, the furniture is all from IKEA. Hope they still have it...
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