Client Quote – Mission Hills Residence

“My home is a temple: a place of calm and serenity. The kitchen is the center of everything creative; a very energetic working space, but not a space of calm. With the help of our talented architect Aaron Anderson, nearly every square inch of our Mission Hills Craftsman home has been renovated and melded into a contemporary zen space.” –Our residential remodel for Chef Karen Krasne was the topic of an interview entitled Live Inspired that appeared recently in a local San Diego magazine.

Chef Karen Krasne and her lovely team preparing for an event at her Mission Hills home.

Pine Needles Residence – SDH+G Photoshoot

Images from our photoshoot for San Diego Home + Garden’s Home of the Year issue published in February 2019.

Pine Needles Residence Exterior by Studio Anderson Architects, San Diego, CA
Cantilevered Stair at our Pine Needles Residence in Del Mar, CA
Pine Needles Residence Master Bedroom with stainless steel headboard and bed frame — Del Mar / San Diego, CA
A modern all-white kitchen with steel and gray glass accents at our Pine Needles Residence — San Diego, CA

Highland Valley Ranch

Preliminary conceptual images for our Highland Valley Ranch project located in San Diego’s back country close to the famous Potato Chip Rock hiking area. When completed the project will be a family getaway, AirBNB, and yoga retreat.

Architect Aaron Anderson’s concept for a structure at Highland Valley Ranch
Highland Valley Ranch Conceptual Rendering – Studio Anderson Architects
A nearly all glass pavilion for family events and gatherings located in a stunning boulder strewn valley.
The proposed interior for the pavilion structure – Studio Anderson Architects

Pine Needles Residence – a 2018 Home of the Year

Our recently completed Pine Needles Residence in Del Mar California was just named a “Home of the Year” by San Diego Home/Garden!

Image Credit: Zack Benson

Pine Needles Residence

Here are some interior renderings of our project in Del Mar. The project, while technically a remodel, will be a completely new house when finished. The existing house was gutted, reconfigured, added onto, and will be reimagined from top to bottom.studio-anderson-architects-stair

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Mission Hills Residence

Our residential renovation was published in June in San Diego Magazine. Follow this link for the full story.

The kitchen was featured again in August in San Diego Magazine’s Best of San Diego Home Design 2015.

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Photo Credit: Robert Benson

Un Mundo Mexican Restaurant

Geometric graphic ceiling panels being installed at our new restaurant project: Un Mundo Mexican Grill in La Jolla, CA.

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Mission Hills Residence

Our recently completed master bathroom in Mission Hills. Materials include limestone, basalt, and solid ash wood.

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Below is the home’s steel deck with ipe wood, aluminum railings, and frosted starphire glass panels.

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Pauma Valley Residence

Steel window frames being installed at our new residential project in Pauma Valley, CA.

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Tower Concept

StudioAnderson’s concept for a Neurosciences research and healing center is inspired by Buckminster Fuller’s fascinating Vector Flexor — a model that Fuller said “contains the whole phenomenology of the universe.”  Our studies combine Fuller’s ideas on geometry with Sir D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson’s ideas of species evolution to create energy charged architecture that connects to the continuity of forms found in nature.

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