David Locicero is an architect who has been practicing architecture in
the San Francisco Bay Area since 1985. Born in New Hampshire and raised
primarily in Las Vegas, Nevada, David holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree
from the University of Oregon and a Graduate Diploma in architectural history
and theory from the Architectural Association School of Architecture Graduate
School in London, England.

David brings in considerable experience working on technologically
complex buildings for science to his passion for smaller scaled residential
additions and remodel projects. He ran his own practice from 1998 to 2007,
specializing in residential additions, remodeling and handicapped accessibility
consulting. During that time a project of his was featured on the HGTV
program Small Spaces Big Style.

After a few more years working on buildings for science, David went
back into practice for himself in 2013, once again following his passion for
residential projects, specializing in kitchen design, additions and remodeling.
When he isn't working on architectural projects, David helps care for an elderly
parent and writes about wine.

Cities he's worked in include:

Union City
Los Altos
San Mateo
San Bruno
Daly City
San Francisco
Walnut Creek
Pleasant Hill

Emeryville, CA

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