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To dream the possible dream

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DPA’s elegant Pacific Heights makeover

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Happy New Year!

"Be the change you want to see in the world". - Gandhi Happy New Year from everyone at Dan Phipps Architects

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New Pacific Heights Home

This project presented the unique opportunity to design a new custom home in Pacific Heights, San Francisco featuring a myriad modern conveniences and luxuries.

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NEWS FLASH!! DPA wins Design Awards

We are thrilled to win two awards from Sub-Zero & Wolf kitchen design contest. Awards for both indoor and outdoor kitchens.

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NEWS FLASH!! DPA wins Design Award

DPA wins Piedmont California design award for this home by transforming a rambling jumble of styles into an elegant and unified home. We created a new and clear entry, an open plan that serves any size party and connection to the expansive pool area.

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NEWS FLASH!! DPA project in WSJ

DPA's major renovation of the Egypt Consulate is now on the market. This 15,000 square foot house can be yours for a song at $22 million. See WSJ article here

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Mansion of Fine Arts

Design inspiration came from our clients’ desire for a house that is both a work of art and gallery for their art collection. Design imperatives were that nothing ordinary be used in the house, and to provide abundant well lit display space for the collection. Unique features titivate each room, …

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A Restoration by DPA

This delightful painted lady is one from a row of historic houses built in 1889 in Pacific Heights, San Francisco. We respectfully restored the façade while keeping the old San Francisco charm, and now stepping through the front door one is transported to a new world reflecting how we live …

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A Total Restoration by DPA

Imagine Joseph Peltier’s joy when his dream came true! Joseph Peltier was a turn-of-the-last-century Pacific Avenue streetcar conductor who drove past the Palace Hotel many times a day, shuttling guests between it and their homes. Upon its opening, the Palace was the largest hotel in the Western U.S., and the …

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