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David Armour

DAVID ARMOUR


David remembers being drawn to architecture as a child growing up in New England surrounded by beautiful colonial-era homes. After starting out in DC, a trip to San Francisco enamored him with our rich architectural history, culture, and natural beauty. He spent the next decade working for Bay Area notables David Gast (Gast Architects) and Sandy Walker (Walker & Moody), refining his skills and perception on custom projects in San Francisco, Napa and Hawaii (click link below to view); and on his own solo work in parallel.
In 2008, David co-founded the first iteration of his firm. After six years of growth, he absorbed the partnership and re-branded as David Armour Architecture. He's deliberately kept DAA intimate, working with clients whose vision matches his and fostering a savvy team of architectural professionals with a common ethos. In 2019, he restored a neglected 1920's retail space in the city's dynamic Lower Haight into DAA's inspiring, light-filled studio.
David learned early that forming trusted client partnerships is vital to producing work that's insightful, supportive of life, and reflective of style, and he's kept that the cornerstone of DAA. He and his team love what they do and work to ensure collective vision and shared pride in the homes they create. In his spare time, David delves into the arts, travel, skiing, baseball-watching and classic rock concerts, alongside his wife and teen daughter.

email:  david@armourarchitecture.com

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HUALALAI HOME, HAWAII KUKI’O HOME, HAWAII PRESIDIO HEIGHTS HOME, SF MARINA HOME, SF
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EARLY WORK | HAWAII & SAN FRANCISCO

KAILUA-KONA HOME, HAWAII

FOUR SEASONS, HUALALAI
Project Manager
Walker & Moody Architects
10,000 sq ft luxury retreat designed to frame stunning volcano and ocean views; extensive cedar walls, teak doors & windows, ipe decks, and custom Balinese carvings.

KA’UPULEHU RETREAT, HAWAII

KUKI’O GOLF & BEACH CLUB
Project Manager
Walker & Moody Architects 10,000 sq ft island family retreat with panoramic ocean views; thatched roof lanai; teak doors, windows, interior trim & cabinetry; local artisan-carved wood sculptural features & furniture.

PACIFIC HEIGHTS HOME, SF

RENOVATION & ADDITION
Project Manager
Walker & Moody Architects
8,000 sq ft renovation & addition to 1927 Second Empire home originally designed by Albert Farr. Sky-lit interior atrium with custom circular stair.

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DAVID ARMOUR


David remembers being drawn to architecture as a child growing up in New England surrounded by beautiful colonial-era homes. After starting out in DC, a trip to San Francisco enamored him with our rich architectural history, culture, and natural beauty. He spent the next decade working for Bay Area notables David Gast (Gast Architects) and Sandy Walker (Walker & Moody), refining his skills and perception on custom projects in San Francisco, Napa and Hawaii (click link below to view); and on his own solo work in parallel.
In 2008, David co-founded the first iteration of his firm. After six years of growth, he absorbed the partnership and re-branded as David Armour Architecture. He's deliberately kept DAA intimate, working with clients whose vision matches his and fostering a savvy team of architectural professionals with a common ethos. In 2019, he restored a neglected 1920's retail space in the city's dynamic Lower Haight into DAA's inspiring, light-filled studio.
David learned early that forming trusted client partnerships is vital to producing work that's insightful, supportive of life, and reflective of style, and he's kept that the cornerstone of DAA. He and his team love what they do and work to ensure collective vision and shared pride in the homes they create. In his spare time, David delves into the arts, travel, skiing, baseball-watching and classic rock concerts, alongside his wife and teen daughter.

email:  david@armourarchitecture.com


VIEW EARLIER WORK | HAWAII & SAN FRANCISCO

KAILUA-KONA HOME,
HAWAII
HUALALAI HOME, HAWAII
KA’UPULEHU RETREAT,
HAWAII
KUKI’O HOME, HAWAII
PRESIDIO HEIGHTS HOME,
SF
PRESIDIO HEIGHTS HOME, SF