Gast Architects

Gast Architects

Services:

  • Architecture

Regions:

  • San Francisco & Bay Area
  • Rocky Mountains
  • New York City & Mid-Atlantic
  • Hawaii

Chalk Hill Residence, Gast Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Chalk Hill Residence Photo: John Sutton

An award-winning firm in San Francisco, Gast Architects is committed to creating a collaborative environment between the client and the design team to develop an architecture that is sensitive to the client’s desires and objectives while considering site, program, and pre-existing environmental and historical conditions.

11th Street Studio, Gast Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

11th Street Studio: Gast Architects studio is located on the top floor of an historic warehouse in the South of Market neighborhood. The building was renovated to LEED Gold standards, and the interior was designed with a focus on sustainability. Photo: Matthew Millman

Buena Vista Residence, Gast Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Buena Vista Residence: This 1913 Italian Revival was in need of substantial changes to meet the needs of a young family. The kitchen was completely reconfigured to include an eating area and uninterrupted views of the Bay. Photo: John Sutton

Chalk Hill Residence, Gast Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Chalk Hill Residence: This 17 acre parcel was developed as a primary residence and gathering place for the owners' family and friends . The design integrates easy flow to the pool, and gardens, capitalizing on views over the vineyards to the surrounding wooded hills. Sustainable features include photovoltaic panels, solar hot water and pool heating, radiant heating, and trellises and roof overhangs for sun control. Photo: John Sutton

Twin Peaks Residence, Gast Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Twin Peaks Residence: This 1960’s Twin Peaks residence was renovated to create an updated presence on the street. A bathroom was added to the basement office/media room as part of its integration into the home. Photo: J.D. Peterson

Historic San Francisco Residence, Gast Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Historic San Francisco Residence: A grand 1899 home on a commanding corner site in Pacific Heights had been divided into several units, with many of its remarkable features compromised or hidden. A complete renovation of the home reconfigured space for contemporary living and captured the panoramic bay views, while respecting the historic bones of the building. Photo: John Sutton

Sea Cliff Hideaway, Gast Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Sea Cliff Hideaway: As part of a substantial renovation of this Seacliff home, a combined sitting and dining area was created and connected to an updated kitchen and opened to a new rear deck and garden. Photo: John Sutton

San Francisco Shingle Style, Gast Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

San Francisco Shingle Style: A hidden staircase behind a secret door leads to a study of the master bedroom in this transformed 1909 shingle style home. Photo: Stephen Fridge

Sea Cliff Residence, Gast Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Sea Cliff Residence: A detail from a new kitchen and family room extension to a Sea Cliff residence. Photo: Margot Hartford

Walnut Hill Ranch, Gast Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Walnut Hill Ranch: A country home in the tradition of mid-nineteenth century vernacular farmhouses opens out to the pool and orchard. Photo: Mark Sinclair

 

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