This house in Alamo, California was designed by William Edward Summers around 1980. The original design featured two open beam cupolas with redwood beams, and hemlock decking. It was the first house on this hillside, with sweeping valley views of beautiful, sunny, Contra Costa County
House With Two Turrets, Alamo, California, By William Edward Summers
The Joffre Street house,in the Vancouver, BC area, was a total renovation by William Edward Summers, that added a second story to the house and completely transformed the exterior. The renovation was featured in the Vancouver Sun, and several other newspapers.
Joffre Street Renovation, by William Edward Summers
A subdivision in suburban Seattle, called “Mahalo” had all of the houses designed by William Edward Summers. A few are shown here.
This renovation by William Edward Summers at West Point Grey, and Collingwood near Kits, and Jericho beaches in Vancouver,was designed for an heiress,and her husband. The large old house was gutted down to the bare studs and completely redesigned. It was a heritage designated building, so the exterior could not be modified. However the interior was completely altered, with the living, dinning, and kitchen areas moved to the second floor, to take advantage of the view of English Bay, and downtown Vancouver.
West Point Grey House, Vancouver
This new house, near Southwest Marine Drive, at 6768 Yew Street, in Vancouver designed by William Edward Summers, during the early 1990s,
Southwest Marine Drive Area House By William Edward Summers
resold a few years later for around $2,680,000.00
British Columbia, and California designer William Edward Summers was featured in the “Canada Japan Business Journal” because of his designs for three houses in Miyazaki Japan. he has also designed a fourth house in Kobe, Japan. Graphics of the Miyazaki project may be seen at http:// http://www.designenvelope.com/new_projects_japan.htm
William Edward Summers assisted the Downtown Vancouver Improvement Association with the exhibit design for their Window art Gallery project, by designing the steel exhibit structures for the event.
William Edward Summers assisted the Downtown Vancouver Improvement Association with the exhibit design for their Window Art gallery project, by designing the steel exhibit strucutres for the event