Butler Armsden Architects

About Butler Armsden Architects

Since our founding in 1985, Butler Armsden Architects has carefully assembled a varied portfolio of primarily residential work. Each project conveys the uniqueness that comes from an architecture which shares our client’s vision.

We believe each project is created for an individual on a single site in a single time, and that the solution is specific to that partnership. We bring a variety of methods into the process including renderings, models, virtual reality and reams of sketches. We truly enjoy the process of working with others to come up with the best answer to a design challenge, and greatly value the collaborations with our clients.

Our firm is based in San Francisco, and most of our work is in the City or in the surrounding Bay Area counties. We find ourselves engaging with art, culture, technology and nature with virtually every project. We always seek to learn from the wonderful California landscape that provides such a fertile basis for design, but equally value the rapidly changing aspects of the state, where never ending streams of new ideas challenge us daily.

LOCATION: San Francisco, California
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Atherton House by Butler Armsden Architects

Atherton House by Butler Armsden Architects

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.

Wurster Revival

A Wurster House Revival in San Francisco / Butler Armsden Architects

Project: A Wurster House Revival Architecture and Interior Design: Butler Armsden Architects Location: Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California General Contractor GGD, Inc. Photographer: Eric Rorer 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

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