Rick has focused his entire career as an Interior Architect, Designer and Craftsman on developing timeless, well resolved spaces for his clients.
Beate Brühl focuses on the restoration of painted ornament in historic buildings. In her tool box she carries a variety of traditional skills, such as gilding, stenciling, striping, faux graining/marbling, color matching, design.
Jerri Holan is a noted architect with preservation expertise, and the principal of Jerri Holan & Associates, AIA. She is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects who has served on the Board for the Fulbright Alumni Association and the Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association and is currently the Chair of the American Institute of Architects’ Historical Resources Committee (SF Chapter).
Phil Diers has been sculpting, making molds and castings for over thirty-four years. Since 1985, the area of architectural ornamentation, moldmaking and sculpture has been his focus, working in plaster, concrete, resin-stone, and bronze.
Skeeter Jones founded Clearheart in the early 1980’s. His work includes extensive design development, Victorian restorations, and architectural millwork.
Established in 1976, Magic Brush, Inc. offers a variety of professional painting services for the most discriminating clients. We can either work directly with private homeowners, or through their designers, architects or general contractors.
My business is architectural color design. I have been designing paint colors for buildings since 1970, and strictly consulting since 1978, producing about 500 separate color consultations annually.
Doty Tile has been installing ceramic tilework in the Bay Area since 1979. For over twenty years Doty Tile operated as a small custom tile company.
Working in techniques used at the turn-of-the-century, hand embroidery, printing and stencilling, this studio creates textiles for the home in period designs and their own Arts & Crafts inspired designs.
Steve Bauer’s talent for design was first recognized in 1981 by John Freeman of the American Life Foundation. Bruce Bradbury recalls: “We were in our early ‘starving artist’ days when John first introduced us. Steve was a teenage design prodigy making a living working at a bronze foundry in Orange County, California.