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“Whatever good things we build end up building us.”

Julia Morgan, Architect

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March 22, 2021

Saikley Architects Chosen Best of Home Builder Digest

Home Builder Digest has voted us one of the best architectural firms in both Alameda and Union City, CA. Thanks, we appreciate it! From their articles: Emphasizing the values of collaboration and synergy, Saikley Architects has provided holistic architectural solutions all over the Bay Area. The firm maintains a modest…
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January 27, 2021

Saikley Architects Chosen for Best of Houzz 2021

The Houzz community has spoken and the results are in! We’re excited to let you know that Saikley Architects been voted as a winner of the Best of Houzz 2021 award in design. Our profile includes some of the most popular photos on Houzz in 2020 and has earned us…
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September 23, 2020

Saikley Architects Featured on Houzz: 7 Ways to Declutter Your Home

Houzz Article: 7 Ways to Declutter Your Home as You Welcome Fall We were one of 7 architects and/or builders featured in this article. Thanks Houzz! Creating A Permanent Place for Things - Artist's Victorian Designer: Alexandra Sheets Saikley of Saikley Architects Location: Alameda, California Project Details: This beautiful 1881 Alameda Victorian cottage,…
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March 28, 2020

Saikley Architects Featured on Houzz: Waste & Recycling

Houzz Ideabook: How to Get Your Pullout Waste and Recycling Cabinets Just Right. Personalize your kitchen waste storage with the right bin configuration and pullout system We were one of several architects and/or builders featured in this Ideabook. Thanks Houzz! From the article: "Waste pullouts are a secret weapon of the…
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May 4, 2019

Digging out: ADU under classic Victorian

Alameda Architecture: Spring is here and construction is under way on this renovation to this beautiful Victorian home, originally designed by developer and architect Joseph Leonard in the Leonardville neighborhood of Alameda. Our clients, a family with six children, grew up in this house. As such, they have close ties…