Andrew Mann Architecture


Andrew Mann Architecture

 
The work of Andrew Mann Architecture expands the tradition of the Bay Area Style to contemporary needs, specifically inspired by the works of, and precedent set by, earlier generations of architects such as Bernard Maybeck, Julia Morgan, William Wurster, Joseph Esherick and William Turnbull.

Andrew Mann continues this tradition by focusing on the particularities of each project’s site and context, by establishing a strong connection between building and landscape and by making use of natural materials.

His designs focus on the abstract qualities of space, such as the play of natural light on surfaces, the proportion of heights and widths of architectural elements, how one moves through rooms, and how one perceives the relationship between those spaces.
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