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Jim Jennings Architecture is an award-winning and internationally recognized San Francisco firm devoted to exquisitely detailed modernist design. Jim Jennings, AIA is known for an unwavering sensibility; one design critic described him as “the
quintessential Bay Area modernist” for the “coolly sensuous rigor of his work and the fact that he has never veered from a puristic standard.”

In 2008 the American Academy of Arts and Letters honored Jim with its Academy Award for Architecture, citing his unwavering modernist sensibility over four decades of practice. His buildings have been widely published (more than 150 instances of publication) and exhibited (including the internationally traveled “U.S. Design: 1975 – 2000”). A jury recently convened by the Wall Street Journal named his Visiting Artists House in Sonoma County one of the “five most influential and inspiring houses of the past decade.”

We are honored that Jim Jennings has chosen to develop several houses using our systems.

Vista Las Palmas Addition

Vista Las Palmas Addition

Location:  Palm Springs, California

Status:  Completed August 2013

Architect:  Jim Jennings Architecture, San Francisco

Notes:  This addition to a much-loved Alexander mid century modern home created new carport, large master suite and integrated shade structure at the pool.  Includes our moment frame.

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Photos by Lance Gerber, Nuvue Interactive

Desert 2 – Palm Springs

Desert 2 – Palm Springs

Location: Palm Springs, California.

Status: Completed April 2013

Carmel Valley Residence

Carmel Valley Residence

Location: Carmel Valley, California

Status: Estimated completion Winter 2013

Architect:  Jim Jennings Architecture, San Francisco

Notes:  Four bedrooms, five baths in about 5,000 square feet.  Includes our moment frame.

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Joshua Tree 1 – 4

Joshua Tree 1 – 4

Location:  Joshua Tree, California

Status:  Planning phase

Architect:  Jim Jennings Architecture, San Francisco

Notes:  Designed as four-home development adjacent to Joshua Tree National Park that would provide top modernist architecture to the vacation rental home market (which is badly underserved in Joshua Tree).  Each home has two master suites on either side of generous great room.