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Featured Projects.

Project | Lafayette

We completely reconfigured the existing plan: opening the main living area by removing walls and increasing the sense of space by vaulting the ceiling created a great room for family activities.


A new roof allowed us to create a new look for the house - We use shed roofs to create the “flying wings” effect to improve “curb appeal significantly.”

Transitional Architectural Style, Ross,
Project | Ross

Rare and breathtaking remodel with soaring ceilings, elegant open floor plan, a large wine cellar off the modern italian kitchen with large island. Property is set in the middle of the redwood forest with large private deck overlooking the natural environment. 

Project | Santa Clara

Slight angle to the property line became a design feature in the house plan. Clients were interested in maximizing the floor area and the angle was used to set against available setback and appeared in the main gallery entry to bring visual interest to the space.

Project | Los Altos

The Los Altos Hills home is a reinvention of an early 1959 two level house set on the hillside with 180 degree views of the bay and Silicon valley below. The goal of this project was to create quiet retreat with serene atmosphere and streamline interiors to make them more functional to accommodate a family of four.



Project | Blackhawk

Clients hired me to update a very traditional classical home. Old kitchen needed to be redesigned and opened up. Complete kitchen remodel, family room and dining area, stair remodel, all new lighting, flooring, wall paint. Existing fireplace received a modern face, furniture. Bathroom remodel.


Project | Mountain View

As buildable land becomes more and more scarce closer to urban centers, home buyers are taking a fresh look at narrow lots.

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Barmina Design

San Francisco Bay Area, CA 94552

Tel: 650.704.4501

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