Jon Jang Architect Inc. is a full service architectural firm, specializing in all aspects of custom residential projects, such as, but not limited to:
New Homes, Additions and Remodels, Second Story Additions, Interior and Exterior Renovations, Spec Homes, Green Building Design.
Our services include but are not limited to:
In all instances, we encourage a collaborative process and consider each project an opportunity to create unique environments that place equal emphasis on comfort, function and beauty.
Jon Jang has more than 30 years of experience in the field of architecture and founded his firm in 1984. After graduating from UC Berkeley in 1975, his experience has been with Bay Area firms both as an Architect and as a Project Architect. He has built his 28 year practice on the principles of professionalism and personalized service to provide creative problem solving of his client's needs.
"With my clients, I always encourage a collaborative process and consider each project an opportunity to create unique environments that place equal emphasis on comfort, function and beauty.
Whether a new house, or an addition/remodel, the essence of what I provide is basic problem-solving combined with aesthetic sensibility."
Feyza joined the firm in 2012. She is a graduate of the Technical University of Istanbul, Turkey, Bachelor of Architecture. She works as a Project Manager, providing key support in all phases of project development.
Divya joined the firm in 2013. She is a graduate of BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore, India, Bachelor of Architecture and is studying at UC Berkeley for her Certificate in Interior architecture and design. She works as a draftsperson/interior designer. Her background in both architecture and interior design brings a unique combination of skills that allows for creative matching of interior and architecture elements.
The owners wish to remodel an existing ranch house to reflect their contemporary tastes and preferences. The resulting design is composed of complimenting shed roof forms, bridged by a central section, above which is a roof deck. One of the program requirements was to create two public entrances, one for the primary residence and one for a home office that will receive clients. These entrances are defined and prioritized by a continuous, exposed cantilevered steel beam structure which supports porch roofs and trellises. This structure's skewed orientation results in a well-defined primary entrance and a receding office entrance. The beam structure runs exposed horizontally through interior spaces, and externally rearward to support a patio trellis. Contemporary features include fiber-cement rain screen panels,horizontal cedar siding, and cable railing. The project is being constructed in two phases, Phase 1 working drawings are currently underway.
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