pwg architecture
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Pamela Wadsworth Goode, AIA founded pwg architecture in 2008, with a focus on designing custom residential projects using sound, sustainable building practices. pwg’s designs are informed by a keen sense of natural light and materials, and the vision to work with new materials and emergent technologies in forward-thinking, responsible, resource-efficient ways. Pam sees the success of each project through the eyes of her clients It is extremely important to her that her clients are happy with the process and the end result.

Pam takes a hands-on approach throughout the design and construction of her projects, leading a collaborative process that integrates building systems into the design at an early stage. She truly enjoys providing clients with a deep understanding of how their buildings use and create resources.

A large part of pwg’s practice is working within the community to make urban dwellings liveable. Having a family provides Pam with deep insight into the possibilities and benefits of transforming these homes, and gives her a direct understanding of how existing spaces can be reworked and expanded for today’s lifestyles.

Services Provided
Full service architectural design and design consulting at all stages of a project.

Areas Served
San Francisco

Certifications and Awards
LEED AP Homes
Contact: Pamela Goode, AIA, LEED AP Homes
Location: Call for an appointment!
San Francisco, CA 94110
Commented: How is mesh attached to posts and rails? Sorry for the very late reply, but I thought I would respond just in case it could be of use. I can't remember exactly, but I think there is kerf on the top rail that the mesh slides into. On the side...
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Commented: Just saw your question. You have probably moved on to new projects. Yes, this is 4x4 welded wire mesh.
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