Andrew Skurman Architects, based in San Francisco, has designed some of the Bay Area’s most striking, sophisticated and architecturally appealing custom houses being built today. The firm specializes in residences inspired by the classical architectural traditions of French chateaux, Mediterranean villas and Georgian country houses. We draw from our extensive architectural library and familiarity with European design to work closely with our clients to identify historical precedents that meet their needs, taste and lifestyle.
Our goal is to create houses of quality and substance that embrace the spirit of homes built generations ago. Our design process is supported by collaboration with distinguished and well-respected interior designers, lighting and audio-visual consultants, and others with broad architectural experience, which results in the discreet integration of modern comfort and conveniences into a traditional setting.
Homes designed by Andrew Skurman Architects have been featured in numerous publications such as Architectural Digest, House & Garden, Southern Accents, Maison Française, The New York Times Magazine, Western Interiors, California Homes, California Home & Design, C Magazine, San Francisco Magazine, This Old House and the Robb Report. Work by the firm is also included in the books Napa Valley Style (Rizzoli, 2003) by Kathryn Masson and San Francisco Style (Chronicle Books, 2004) by Diane Dorrans Saeks.