This residential addition sits at the end of a lane off of Bloomfield Road in Sebastopol and includes an enlarged master bedroom/bathroom suite, a second enlarged bedroom and a new front porch. The original house had a small entryway and no way to enjoy the lovely view to the south.
This residential project added a second floor to an existing 1920’s era home in the historic Burbank Gardens neighborhood of Santa Rosa. The original 2-bedroom, 1-bath home was less than 1,100 sf. The program called for a new bedroom and bathroom so that the owner’s mother could move in. Given the size
This residential remodel added approximately 200 sf to a 1920’s era home in the historic Burbank Gardens neighborhood of Santa Rosa. The addition enlarged the master bedroom and bathroom, added a dining room and included a new deck overlooking the back yard. The project required a Minor Landmark Alteration permit
This project was a remodel of an existing single-family home that had previously been used to house people with AIDS. Fritz Architecture-Urbanism provided design work, construction documents and construction administration services. The remodel included all new finishes and complete remodels of two bathrooms. The project is HUD funded and is occupied
This project began as a discussion about ways to make the primary facade of an existing 70 year old house more cohesive. The small house sits at the rear of a deep site in an older neighborhood. The approach to the house allows for some time contemplating the elevation which
This is a new home on a 2.5 acre site to replace an existing home not worth saving. The site slopes down to the northwest and has a seasonal creek running through the property. Native oak trees are located throughout the property, particularly on the downslope. The home is sited
This project converted an existing 2-car garage to a new home office. The existing house was an early 20th century craftsman home near downtown Sebastopol. The garage was a later addition and had nothing to do architecturally with the original house. The owners wanted the office to match the architecture
This project included remodeling and adding on to a 1950’s era home in downtown Danville. The addition consists of a guest bedroom and bath suite and an outdoor room opening out to the large rear yard. The original house was broken up into small, oddly shaped spaces with a separate living
This project adds a second floor apartment to an existing single-story office building. The streamline moderne original structure was built in the 1940’s by 5 doctors and included a suite for each. The building steps down the hillside and contains little ornamentation. The existing structure is cast-in-place concrete with a
This accessory dwelling unit occupies an oversized front yard, creating a more consistent streetscape in the historic Railroad Square neighborhood of Santa Rosa. Melding modern and historic features, this new, 2-story home contains one bedroom, one and half bathrooms, an office, and a workshop space in nearly 1700 square feet.