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Walker Warner Architects


Walker Warner Architects is a San Francisco-based firm specializing in custom residential architecture. Since its inception in 1989, the firm has completed more than two hundred projects in California, Hawaii, and the Western United States. Recognized for its longstanding partnerships with leading landscape architects, interior designers, builders and artisan craftspeople, the firm is well regarded for its commitment to designing with an unparalleled sophistication and beauty.


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The Quintessa Pavilions are the newest addition to Quintessa Estate, a winery and residence designed by Walker Warner Architects and located in Rutherford, Calif.
The architecture of the three open-air pavilions blends into the contours of the property while offering a rustic experience evocative of picnicking under an oak tree.
The Kahua Kuili residence is a modern interpretation of the classic Hawai’i summer camp. In keeping with the firm’s design philosophy, the warm, yet spacious abode was designed with longevity in mind.
The Kahua Kuili residence has been awarded an AIA Honolulu Award of Excellence in the Residential category.
The Portola Valley Residence is reminiscent of the tin-roofed, weathered siding-clad rural vernacular of picturesque Portola Valley with a New England flavor.
Streamlined and simple in appearance, the Portola Valley Barn is deceptively luxurious. It does not subscribe to a specific style, but rather is the exquisite product of the architect’s deep understanding of the building’s context and client’s vision.
The interior of the Mountain Wood residence plays on traditional elements with a modern twist.
The rustic stone barn, reminiscent of a beautiful ruin that has long stood on the land, stands at the front of the property, acting as a visual threshold and symbol of the updated rural vernacular.