Scott Wynn, Architect is a small service-oriented architectural practice focused on the custom design of residential and commercial projects. The firm has a long history of involvement in the construction and detailing of buildings and maintains an in-house workshop for the fabrication of furniture, fixtures and various details that are incorporated in its designs.
The firm has been involved in restoration and period work since its inception in 1976. It provides full design services for restoration or for creating new work in the same style, and can as well provide the finest woodwork, both solid and veneered, as well as decorative and figurative carving, turning, and curved work. It also does work in a wide range of styles and periods, both European and Asian, tailoring the projects by working very closely with the clients to satisfy their requirements and desires, exceed their expectations, and meet budgetary requirements.
Scott Wynn is a member of the American Institute of Architects and a licensed California Building Contractor. He has had his work published in numerous magazines, and has exhibited work in California, Hawaii, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ohio. He has written and illustrated numerous articles on the craft of woodworking for Fine Woodworking, Fine Homebuilding, and Woodwork Magazines, and has written and illustrated the recently released book “The Woodworker’s Guide to Handplanes”, a definitive work on the use of this essential woodworking tool.