Traditional French Masonry Arts and Architectural Finishes
We carefully matched cast stones with existing ones to give this late 1800’s bridge a new lease on life. We also added capstones, reinforced the arches and the underpass and made sure the beautiful bay tree has the support it needs to stand another hundred years.
Northern California Wine Estate
Three years in the making and our largest project yet. We wrapped the exterior of this exquisite residence with Chateau Stucco, hand cast stone and French masonry. These techniques continue inside along with our signature spiral staircase, arched ceiling wine cellar and colorful old world wall plaster. Featured in Evoke Magazine.
Will Austin Photography
Complete redesign of an existing structure Hand cast stone surrounds, Chateau Stucco and French masonry.
Morgan Jane Miller Photography
A restored Victorian called for an extensive application of old world plaster and pigments throughout the house.
Featured in Country Living
Wine Country Villa
We spent a year providing exterior and interior architectural finishes to this mountaintop estate including hand cast stone surrounds, fountains and pillars, Chateau Stucco and plaster, a domed rotunda and traditional French masonry.
Cathy Stancil Photography, David Wakely Photography
A restored historic barn residence with a newly added stone guest cottage pictured here. Traditional French masonry, hand cast surrounds and Chateau stucco. Featured in Building Stone Magazine
Cathy Stancil Photography
We paired French masonry and hand carved stone arches with smooth, old world plaster and pigments on this mountaintop residence with a breathtaking vista. Our signature hand cast, stone architectural elements can be seen throughout, and include the infinity reflection pool, loggia and balcony columns, swimming pool, entry gate and fountains.
David Duncan Livingston Photography
A mix of classic and modern aesthetic in this tucked away artist's residence. Palladian motifs, Asian minimalism and antique French fireplaces come together in timeless harmony.
Alan Blaustein Photography
Castello di Paradiso
Castello di Paradiso is centered around an 88 step, four-story spiral staircase encased in a tower, sandblasted exterior Chateau Stucco, spectacular antique French oak beams in the kitchen, and antique fireplaces. Featured in California Home and Design.
Alan Blaustein Photography
An extensive remodel of a Normandy style home includes a hand carved stone arch, Versailles pattern paver flooring, antique fireplaces and doors, a muted, dramatic wine cellar and an upstairs library in 400 year old reclaimed oak beams. Featured in Wine Country Living.
Alan Blaustein Photography, Pat Mazzera Photography, Spencer Sokale Photography
Open Space Barn
A ground up open barn, wood fired oven and bocci court made from antique French Oak beams, 300 year old Burgundy limestone and terra cotta roof tiles.