Fall 2011 Newsletter...

We’ve had a busy summer/early fall at Feldman Architecture, and would like to share with you some of the highlights.
Old Bernal on the AIA SF Home Tours
This spring and summer, we completed and photographed several projects.  See the Mill Valley Cabins and the Marin Bungalow on our website.  More to follow soon.

Several projects have received notable attention from the press and peers.  In September, Old Bernal House was included on the AIA San Francisco Architecture + The City Home Tours.  This month, Caterpillar House was one of three homes on tour during the AIACC Monterey Conference.  Caterpillar also won both the EcoHome Grand Award for Design, was featured on the cover ofEcoHome in the July/August issue and took the Grand Award for Custom Homes under 3000sf from Builder magazine.  The Sea Cliff Renovation took the distinction of Best Kitchen from Remodeling magazine.

In news from the FA staff, we have two new employees on board, Kevin Barden, who joins us from Olson Kundig in Seattle, WA and Christopher Kurrle, formerly of Bernardo Urquieta’s office.  The staff has been busy extending the family with Camille marrying Brandon Barker at The Sea Ranch with many FA employees in attendance….

And the same weekend, Elaine became a new mom to baby girl, Carina Greenburg, who arrived Oct. 3rd.

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Wishing you all the best,
The Team at Feldman Architecture

Summer 2011 Newsletter...

 

 

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2011 AIA San Francisco Design Awards

The Caterpillar House Wins Citation Award in Energy + Sustainability

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From the AIA San Francisco Website:
The design for the Caterpillar House, sited on the softly rolling hills of the Santa Lucia Preserve, sought to accentuate a connection to the land. Having lived in a Cliff May home, the client came to the project with a love of modern ranch houses and looking for an environmentally-conscious response to a beautiful site. The Caterpillar House implements sustainable elements while exploring a contemporary version of the ranch ideals: massing that is low and horizontal, an open plan with a strong connection between indoor/outdoor spaces, and living areas which center informally on the kitchen. The jury commented: “This is a project that gets the priorities straight. Design for energy efficiency first, then add renewable energy sources.”

Or click here to learn more and view the 2011 winners!

Launching Our New Graphic Identity

Feldman Architecture has a new look courtesy of Anjel Van Slyke of A Dangerous Business.  To see our revised website click here.

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