(Artist Remodel) Online feature about one of our remodel projects. Published by California Home + Design

(1950’s Revisited & Artist Remodel) The San Francisco AIA included two Lavenson Design projects in their annual Small Firms Great Projects print and web magazine. Published by San Francisco AIA

(Artist Remodel) One of our projects was selected for the 2015 Home Tours of the American Institute of Architects, East Bay Chapter. The tour celebrates design excellence, inspiring and educating the public about the transformative impact of architects and architecture. Published in Montclarion, Piedmonter, Contra Costa Times, San Francisco Chronicle

(Colorado Additions) Article about the additions and whole house remodel in Cherry Hills Village, CO where an older home was revitalized and redesigned for its new owners and the new era. Published in Colorado Homes & Lifestyles Magazine

(Mid-Century Remodel) Article about the serial remodeling of a mid-century home in Alamo, CA. Architect Kurt Lavenson brought the house back to life and architect Jerry Dommer expanded upon it further. The house just kept getting better and more artistic. Published in Diablo Magazine

(Artist Modern) Article describing the extensive remodel in Piedmont, CA that transformed a 1940’s ranch style house with eight foot ceilings into a modern, flat roofed composition. The owner and architect collaborated to navigate a rigorous design review process for the dramatic changes. Published in Diablo Magazine

(Fairfax Remodel) HGTV Video from the series ‘Beyond the Box’ featuring our addition and whole house remodel in Fairfax, CA that combined three disparate buildings into one, poetic and creative home. Featured on HGTV and described as “an unbelievable bungalow transformation”

(Leimert Remodel) Sarah Susanka featured this small but ingenious Oakland, CA bathroom remodel in her book about remodeling on a modest scale. Published in the book: Not So Big Remodeling

(Normandy Cottage) Article about the re-selling and re-discovery of this home 20 years after it was built, including the paths of those who lived there and those who helped move it along. Published in Diablo Magazine

(Mid-Century Remodel) Sara Obelensky featured the conversion of an old garage in Alamo, CA into a modern home office cabana by the pool. Published in the book: Garage

(Barrel Vault Bathroom) Article about the bath remodel in Alameda, CA where the design captured unused attic space to make a tall and dramatic ceiling that enlivens the room. Published in Kitchens & Bath Magazine

(Orinda Estate Revival) Article about the remodeling of a grand 1930’s estate in Orinda, CA and its storied history in the community. Published in Diablo Magazine

(Mid Century Remodel) Article about Kurt Lavenson and three other architects changing the face of the East Bay residential design. Lavenson was labeled the ‘poet’ of the group. His mid-century home and remodel were featured. Published in Diablo Magazine

(Mid Century Remodel) Kurt Lavenson’s home office cabana was featured in this book about designing home workspaces. Published in the book: Home Workspaces

Article about the clever use of radiant heating mats to warm a kitchen island in a custom kitchen remodel in Alameda, CA. Published in Kitchens & Baths Magazine

(Normandy Cottage) Feature article about the redesign and rebuilding of a the home destroyed in the Oakland Hills Fire of 1991. A long process of loss assessment and insurance negotiations led to a highly crafted and comforting home for an owner returning to her neighborhood. Published in FineHomebuilding’s Houses Magazine

A bath remodel in Oakland, CA was a winner in the annual design competition sponsored by Metropolitan Home Magazine