“Often there’s an adversarial relationship between architects and contractors. We didn’t have that with Thompson Suskind. We established trust early on, and everybody had the same goal of doing the best job we could.”
“We worked very closely together on a large house in Pacific Heights. It was a very complicated, involved project. But they have a very positive attitude, and they are always looking for ways to solve problems. It was a really positive experience.”
This 2006 Marina renovation marked the first of several collaborations with Armour + Vokic Architecture. Our efforts produced a stunning, yet practical cook’s kitchen created with a unique combination of woodwork and stainless steel. One particular challenge we overcame was working around the space limitations as part of constructing an entirely new interior staircase. The result was a seamless transition to a beautifully designed renovated ground floor.