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.
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LEAP is a San Francisco-based non-profit whose mission is to provide arts, music, design and theater programs in our public schools filling voids left by state budget cuts. Butler Armsen Architects has participated in LEAP's primary fundraiser event the annual Sandcastle Contest at Ocean Beach for the past five years. This year BAA and Dijea Poage Construction welcomed two new members to our team, Geoff De Sousa and Yu-Strandberg Engineers.  Together we raised over $40,000 for LEAP...Imagination in Learning breaking all of our previous records and once again taking home the honor of Top Fundraiser.

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.
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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.

The San Francisco Chapter of the AIA announced at its annual awards ceremony April 14th that Butler Armsden Architects had won a Citation Award for Tiburon Bay House in the Energy and Sustainability category.  We are delighted to share this honor with our clients and the entire project team.
 
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