Walker Warner Architects

Walker Warner Architects

Services:

  • Architecture

Regions:

  • San Francisco & Bay Area

Quintessa Winery Visitor Center along Silverado Trail in St. Helena, California, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Quintessa Winery Visitor Center along Silverado Trail in St. Helena, California Photo: Richard Barnes.

Walker Warner Architects provides complete architectural services for residential and corporate clients. Since its establishment in 1989 by Brooks Walker and Greg Warner, the firm has completed over 200 projects in California, Hawaii, Idaho, and Montana. Our services are tailored to the uniqueness and diversity of each client and project, while maintaining a consistent focus on design excellence and thorough project management.

Our work is best characterized by the nature of our approach instead of a specific architectural style. We approach each commission with a thoughtful process of interaction with the client and an exploration of the possibilities offered by the site. Each design begins with a study of the existing conditions, specifically: the natural features of the site, the character of any existing structures, and the context created by the surroundings. This provides a rich source of ideas that inform the entire design process and help us to create a site-specific design solution.

Our exploration is guided by the client’s needs and preferences, which frame the entire project. The goal is not simply to render the client’s ideas, but to develop an original solution that expresses the client’s vision with architectural excellence.

Walker Warner Architects is featured on Gardenista in Architect Visit: Recreating Old Hawaii on Kakapa Bay.

Hale Ma'alahi, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Hale Ma'alahi: Lanai with Ohia posts provides outdoor living while being sheltered from tropical storms Photo: Matthew Millman

Wilderness Cabin, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Wilderness Cabin: Off the grid cabin with reflecting pond and alpine views Photo: Cesar Rubio

Wilderness Cabin, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Wilderness Cabin: Standing seam roof mimics the granite mountain peaks surrounding the cabin Photo: Cesar Rubio

Big Wood River, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Big Wood River: Agrarian inspired buildings clustered among the high desert landscape Photo: Cesar Rubio

Big Wood River, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Big Wood River: Expansive sliding doors enhance indoor/outdoor living Photo: Cesar Rubio

Quintessa Estate, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Quintessa Estate: Quintessa Estate winery's crescent shaped production building nestled into the hillside with the visitors center above for wine tasting Photo: Matthew Reier

Quintessa Estate, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Quintessa Estate: Quintessa Estate visitor center with tasting room and caves Photo: Richard Barnes

Ehlers Estate, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Ehlers Estate: Ehlers Estate winery in St. Helena, CA Photo: Matthew Millman

Sonoma Ranch, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Sonoma Ranch: Indoor/Outdoor courtyard formed by u-shaped plan Photo: Matthew Millman

Ehlers Estate, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Ehlers Estate: View from historic stone tasting room to new production facility Photo: Matthew Millman

Sonoma Ranch, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Sonoma Ranch: Terrace with library/office tower Photo: Matthew Millman

WWA Studio, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

WWA Studio: Historic E.M. O'Donnel Copper Works building, home to WWA Studio in the SOMA district of San Francisco Photo: Tom Scott

Mountain Wood, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Mountain Wood: A contemporary interpretation to historic barn forms common in the region Photo: Matthew Millman

WWA Studio, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

WWA Studio: Interior of renovated office space with main studio below and mezzanine above Photo: Bruce Damonte

Mountain Wood, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Mountain Wood Photo: Matthew Millman

Mountain Wood, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Mountain Wood: Courtyard view of barn with stone path leading to residence. Sculpture by Jun Kaneko. Photo: Matthew Millman

Pacific Heights, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Pacific Heights: Renovation of mid-century home originally designed by William Wurster Photo: Matthew Millman

Pacific Heights, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Pacific Heights: Courtyard entry Photo: Matthew Millman

Hale Ma'alahi, Walker Warner Architects | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Hale Ma'alahi: Upland ranch home sited between two microclimates on the Big Island of Hawaii Photo: Matthew Millman

 

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