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About Rossington Architecture

Founded in 1999, Rossington Architecture, a full-service architectural firm, is dedicated to excellence in design and design management. The firm's work concentrates on residential projects, which include renovations, additions, new homes, mixed use, and multi-family housing.

Projects have also included a corporate retreat in Shanghai, China, two-rock climbing gyms, a yoga studio, and various commercial projects. The work is based in modernity, as well as derived directly from its context, and taking cues from existing circumstances, and thoroughly interpreting the requirements of the client. Detailing is kept intently timeless, simple and clean.

We are determined proponents of environmentally sustainable projects, and we enjoy working with clients and contractors crafting green and workable solutions, based on various concerns, budget included. Phil is proud to have recently become a certified green building professional from Build It Green, with a duty to promote healthy, energy and resource-efficient building practices.

We are San Francisco Bay Area architects, and we are passionate about architecture, its connection not only to the immediate community, but to the world at large.


2742 17th Street, San Francisco, Ca
San Francisco, CA 94110

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Question and answer

Q. How did you get started doing this type of work?

A. I knew from when I was very young that I wanted to be an architect. I used to draw floor plans of imaginary houses from the time I was 8 or 9.

Q. What types of customers have you worked with?

A. Most of our work consists of additions and remodels in San Francisco, although we do everything from new houses to commercial work as well. We currently have projects as far away as St. Helena and the Santa Cruz Mountains.

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