SF Architecture
SF Architecture’s mission is to design sustainable structures that meet the needs of our clients, while minimizing impact to the site and environment. One of our primary goals is to create personal and collaborative relationships with our clients and the communities where we work. We regularly contribute to the local community through our pro-bono work program for non-profit organizations and our storefront art gallery. Our aim is to combine the most environmentally efficient alternatives with the most cost effective solutions. Our work reflects rigorous attention to detail and extensive construction knowledge. We strive to enliven educational, living, and work spaces while simplifying the architectural process. We hope to share this with you.

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Modern design solutions for urban dwellers and merchants using environmentally sustainable strategies.

Périmètres
San Francisco and surrounding areas.
San Francisco's Elite Architect + Building Design
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Contacter: Carl Scheidenhelm
Périmètre: 2856 Diamond St.
San Francisco, CA 94131
A commenté : What material is the floor? The floor is red oak.
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A commenté : What color stain was used on the slab? The slab is walnut so it is naturally dark. We used a clear penetrating wax like Osmo.
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A commenté : How did you attached the breakfast bar to the worktop? There are 3 square tube steel brackets (custom made) that are fit into slots in the bottom of the slab and that extend down into the back of the cabinet.
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A commenté : what light has been used above the cabinets? It is actually a very simple LED rope light on a switched circuit above the cabinets. These lights are not expensive and are widely available in different lengths on the internet or elec supply houses...
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A commenté : Counter tops The white counters are Caesarstone Ice and the wood is a walnut live edge slab sourced locally. There are many sources for wood slabs in the US and Canada. You just have to do a little looking around ...
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