Lewis Butler's own contemporary cabin on a Yolo County farm is featured in the Financial Times article "Outbreak of Cabin Fever" by Victoria Maw.
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The guest bath in a Pacific Heights carriage house was chosen as the Bath of the Month for the June issue of House Beautiful. Careful space planning and creative use of striped tiling allows the bath to feel larger than its petite 37 square footage suggests.
Designed in collaboration with Angela Free Interior Design.
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The April issue of Coastal Living features the Stinson Beach house that Lewis Butler designed as a retreat for three generations of his extended family. David Hanson writes, "the house proves there can be serious style in simplicity...the uncluttered design and decor allows [the family] to enjoy life's simple pleasures."
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Marin Magazine features the award-winning Tiburon Bay House as its cover story for the April issue. The story, "Modern Style Goes Platinum" showcases the LEED-Platinum certified house. It is a blend of high-design and high-sustainability for a Marin family committed to lessening their impact on the environment.
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We couldn't have said it better ourselves...as Architectural Digest writes in the November 2011 issue: "Exquisite works of art and design achieve striking equilibrium in a Bay Area residence by interior decorator Steven Volpe and architect Lewis Butler." BAA managed the complete renovation of the former spec house on a one acre lot for a tech mogul and his family. No expense was spared to turn it into a gracious and livable space that houses priceless works of art, children and golden retrievers with equal ease.
The November issue of Dwell contained a special supplement highlighted their favorite Bay Area designers and our very own Reba Jones, Senior Associate, was included among them.
The September issue of California Home + Design features an interview with the homeowners of this LEED Platinum house in Tiburon designed by Butler Armsden. The design of the home was driven by the clients' desire for the most functional and energy efficient space possible on this carefully chosen site.
The full article can be viewed here.
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Third time is extra charming for coverage of the home of Trevor and Alexis Traina previously featured in Vogue and C Magazine. Butler Armsden oversaw the renovation of this historic Pacific Heights residence which included the design of underground gallery and entertainment spaces.
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C Magazine visits the home of Trevor and Alexis Traina in their May issue. Butler Armsden provided design services for the renovation of their historic home which included installation of a new conservatory, excavation beneath the house for galleries and entertainment spaces, new his and her offices, baths, kitchen as well as finishes throughout the home.
Mary Jo Bowling of California Home + Design magazine interviews our clients and explores our full-house renovation for this family of five. Combining a Swedish-heritage aesthetic with classic San Francisco architecture Butler Armsden created a fresh, contemporary family home in this historic house in the avenues.
Butler Armsden Architects wins in the Residential Architecture Under 3,000 s.f. Category and is featured in the February/March 2010 issue of California Home and Design.
Yolo County Cabin was built for architect Lewis Butler’s parents in the middle of California’s agricultural heartland. A modern take on agricultural vernacular architecture combines the traditional water tower and yard shed forms creating a modern farmhouse.
Butler Armsden teamed with owners Trevor Traina and Alexis Swanson Traina to design and renovate their historic home. The renovation included installation of a new conservatory, excavation beneath the house for galleries and entertainment spaces, new his and her offices, baths, kitchen as well as finishes throughout the home.
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The industrial chic kitchen that Butler Armsden designed for the 2002 San Francisco Designer Showcase received quite a bit of media attention for its quilted stainless steel walled design and was featured in the following publications:
California Home + Design - September 2002 - "High Style"
San Francisco Magazine - November 2002 - "Modernist Times"
Sunset Magazine - February 2003 - "Backsplash Stars"
Sunset Magazine - March 2003 - "Clean and Uncluttered"