Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Rynerson O’Brien Architecture: Historically Appropriate Additions & Alterations to Period Structures

Alameda Architectural Preservation Society Presents
Rynerson O’Brien Architecture:
Historically Appropriate Additions and Alterations to Period Structures
Sunday, November 3, 201at 7:00 pm
Immanuel Lutheran Church: 1420 Lafayette Street, Alameda, CA 94501
(Parking available at the corner of Chestnut Street and Santa Clara Avenue.)
Free for AAPS members; $5 for non-members


While designing façade restorations at San Francisco Victoriana in the late '70s, Stephen Rynerson conceived a plan to add a turret over the front entry on a Queen Anne cottage in Ashbury Heights, San Francisco, as well as for restoring character-defining ornament and shingles to a façade that had been completely stripped.

Project in Alameda
Already an impressive home on beautiful Franklin Park, 1417 San Antonio Avenue in Alameda has been returned to its Queen Anne beginnings. Design details and gingerbread elements lost in an early remodel have been replaced or added in the style of the builder, A. W. Pattiani. Rynerson O'Brien Architecture was recognized by the Alameda Architectural Preservation Society in 2013 for a historical interpretation of the home.

                                                       1417 San Antonio Avenue
For a consultation on your project contact: rynerson o’brien Architecture
1512 Franklin Street, 3rd Floor
Oakland, CA 94612-2804

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