Patricia Motzkin Architecture
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Patricia Motzkin Architecture, established in 1990, provides award winning custom residential and interior design services throughout the United States. Ms. Motzkin enjoys spending time learning about clients’ interests and lifestyles in order to create custom environments. She understands that no two sites are alike and brings her clean, fresh design approach to meld seamlessly with any given architectural style.

Ms. Motzkin understands that a crucial part of design is working with environmental conditions, climate, solar orientation weather and sustainable materials. An architect who has a good relationship with officials in building and planning departments across the Bay Area, Ms. Motzkin excels in expediting projects through the approvals process. Her work includes commercial and residential interiors, new homes, remodels, additions, and universal design, making homes adaptable for ages and abilities. Ms. Motzkin holds a Masters of Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Certifications and Awards
2010-1995: AIASF Small Firms, Great Projects
2007: NARI Remmies First Place Award, Hanna House, San Francisco
Contact: Patricia Motzkin
Location: 2927 Newbury Street
Berkeley, CA 94703
License Number: C17695
Typical Job Costs: $200,000 - 5,000,000
Commented: What is the wood species and finish on this vanity? This is a Lamin-art plastic laminate in island birch.
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Commented: Wood type- cabinets Thanks for the kind words. We are happy to share. This is a vertical grain cherry veneer, and I believe it has a matte water based finish. Good luck with your kitchen!
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Commented: Built a home? Would you do it again? Same builder? We built our home 26 years ago, at the time thinking we would stay a few years and move on. Needless to say, we liked it and stayed. We didn't think of it as our dream house, and that helped keep th...
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Commented: Is that a convection cook top? Hi medichick66 - You can use regular cast iron and enameled steel, or stainless steel pans that are made for induction cooking, but aluminum, copper, clay, or glass aren't suitable. The manufacturer h...
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