As the sun’s patterns make themselves visible through the two story space at the core of the Nob Hill apartment, it’s easy to see how the intersection of natural light and art define the architecture of the space.
Butler Armsden Architects
Butler Armsden designs result from a true collaboration between architect and owner. We begin with our clients' visions and then translate them into refined architectural concepts through an exceptionally personalized design process. The results are houses which not only are responsive to their owners' needs, but also exceed their expectations with the highest standard of architectural design. In our projects we strive for the optimum use of materials, architectural forms, space and light to create architecture that will contribute to and fit seamlessly into its surroundings. Butler Armsden Architects is based in San Francisco.
After a long search for a vacation home, our client’s patience paid off when a property in the remote Sea Ranch of California presented itself. When they saw the unique ocean front site, they instantly knew it would serve as the perfect escape from their fast-paced city life.
The Buena Vista Park residence dating back to 1906 is perched on a hill in the geographic center of the city, opposite San Francisco’s oldest park and with views stretching to the Farallons.
This gently sloped 1.75 acre lot in Atherton provided a rare opportunity to create a contemporary courtyard house that also has commanding views of the surrounding hills. The pleasantly varied massing and simple wood siding gives this house the look and feel of a structure that has evolved over time, while remaining contemporary and fresh.
This AIA award-winning Sonoma retreat reinterprets the wonderful spaces of the original Spanish haciendas of Mission-Era California using a truly modern vocabulary. Situated in the Valley of the Moon between the historic Sonoma Plaza to the southeast and Jack London’s former estate to the west
Butler Armsden Architects have renovated this old house for a family in San Francisco, US. Originally designed by William Wurster and built in 1939 on a wide, high street in Pacific Heights, our client purchased this home to serve as a west coast outpost for his family who live primarily in New York but maintain […]