As a San Francisco Architect my practice focuses on Residential Architecture.
The Emphasis is on Bold, Creative, Clean Design embedded in a thorough Knowledge of Construction and Cost. The Process begins with a spark between Client and Architect, Listening, Responding, Interacting. Attention to the Client and Budget follow through the Design Process to Submittals, Highly Detailed Documents, Bidding and Construction.
Unique to Architects, Andrew Morrall has built to date 2 challenging Hillside Homes from the ground up. He has Built what he has Designed and Detailed. Since 2003 Andy’s Office has Designed Hundred’s of Projects ranging from Residential Remodels, Additions, New Homes and Multi Family Developments. Andy’s Award Winning Projects can be found in San Francisco and Throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Andrew Morrall’s Client Satisfaction has been displayed with countless Client Reviews and Tesimonials on Yelp, Houzz, and Angieslist.
Projects currently in the Design Phase :
A Modern, 2,300 square foot 3 story New Home from the ground up, on a steep and challenging hill side property. Features include a large, open Main Living Area with expansive window walls and decks onto grade, a glass tower main Staircase, a viewing level with Study and expansive roof deck, and many energy saving and green building materials
A 2,000 square foot Ground and Main Floor Entire Remodel and 550 square foot Rear Yard Addition of a 4 story Victorian Home in the Mission District. The Project includes a new Ground Floor foundation, excavating down 4 feet, adding a Guest Bedroom Suite, a large Family Kitchen, Complete Remodel of existing Living, Dining and Entry, and 4 levels of Patios, Decks and Balconies.
An Entire House 2,551 square foot Remodel and 250 square foot Ground Floor Addition in the Protrero Hill District of San Francisco. A challenging existing Main Floor is being transformed by introducing a large Serpentine Kitchen Island that will become the main focus as you enter. The New Kitchen Island will integrate the open Dining, Living Area that have panoramic views of the San Francisco Skyline.