Miner Road House
© Joe Fletcher
Faulkner Architects was formed by Greg Faulkner in 1998 to pursue the development of highly crafted, site-sensitive spaces. Emphasis is placed on an interactive process between architect, client and builder through the duration of the project, that allows the inhabitants to be intimately involved with design. A strong commitment to the quality of every project is evident in the structures and professional relationships. Repeat projects for clients that become friends make up a third of the work at Faulkner Architects.
Evolution of the design into and through construction is an integral part of the process. Work begins with listening to the client and understanding their ultimate goals for the project. A measured response emerges after careful consideration and observation. The designs are affected by vernacular traditions drawn from the culture of the place in which the project is to be built. These traditions impart wisdom to materiality, formal massing and most importantly, provide an overriding common sense view of building in an appropriate way.
The firm has earned recognition worldwide. AIA California Council Residential Honor awards were received in 2016 and 2017 for Creek House and Miner Road. Creek House also claimed a 2016 Residential Building–Single Occupancy House of the Year award from LEAF in London the same year. The firm's work has been published inDwell, Wallpaper*, Sunset, Luxe, Arquitectura y Diseno, and Enki.It has been featured online at, Architectural Digest, Elle Décor Italy, Dezeen, Architect, The Cool Hunter, Curbed, Opumo, Corriere Della Sera, Uncrate, Stupid Dope and Architectural Record.