Tiburon Residence Photo: Cesar Rubio
Operating out of a converted warehouse in the Dogpatch/Potrero district of San Francisco, Nick Noyes Architecture has found a prominent place in the architectural community of the Bay Region and beyond.
Founded in 1992 this nationally and internationally published and award-winning firm concentrates on new residential construction and residential renovations. The firm is noted for consistently producing work that is both rich in formal clarity and expressive of the material nature of construction.
On all projects particular attention is paid to client satisfaction, an appropriate response to site and context and the inclusion of environmentally sensitive and sustainable methods. Nick Noyes Architecture is known for working creatively within tight budgets.
Extensive travel and residence abroad as well as an education on both the east and west coasts have equipped Nick Noyes to work creatively with a diverse clientele and a geographically varied set of commissions.
Along with his practice Nick has also taught architecture at the University of California, Berkeley and most recently as an Adjunct Professor at the California College of the Arts.
Tiburon Residence: A carefully detailed entry sets the tone for this modern hillside home. Photo: Bruce Damonte
Orinda Residence: Indoor / Outdoor living at this Orinda ranch house renovation / addition. Photo: Cesar Rubio
Orinda Residence: Framed views and landscape as art in this ktchen remodel. Photo: Cesar Rubio
Sea Ranch Residence: A copper clad chimney mass connects two simple volumes at this Sea Ranch residence. Photo: JD Peterson
Healdsburg Residence: Painted white cabinetry helps reinforce informal living in this Sonoma County Farmhouse. Photo: Cesar Rubio
Sussex Shores Residence: A skylight from above and open stair screen illuminates this beach house living room. Photo: Mark Luthringer
Healdsburg Residence: Dining within the vineyard. Plywood sourced from owners plywood factory. Photo: Cesar Rubio
Healdsburg Residence: Contemporary farmhouse with copper roofs, clerestory and reclaimed grapestake sunscreen at entry. Photo: Cesar Rubio
20th Street Project: Rich woods and white walls contain this spectacular San Francisco view. Photo: Cesar Rubio
Tiburon Residence: A transparent volume containing the kitchen and dining spaces affords expansive views toward San Francisco and a peaceful internal garden. Photo: Bruce Damonte
Castro Street Residence: Old and new harmonized in this Victorian renovation. Photo: Bruce Damonte
Castro Street Residence: Marble walls and daylight animate this classic bathroom renovation. Photo: Bruce Damonte