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Page & Turnbull is an award-winning architecture, planning, and preservation firm that brings together architects, conservators, architectural historians, and planners in service of our country’s cultural resources. We do not work exclusively within the theater of history and ignore current design advances; we see each of our projects as an opportunity to understand and appreciate what has been and also to imagine what can be. Our team is not only invested in our existing built environment, but also is interested in the evolution of it, and that includes today’s technological innovations and sustainable strategies. We are committed to sustainability: reuse of buildings is one of the greenest forms of design. Our ultimate goal is enrichment of the built landscape. At Page & Turnbull, our people are able to focus on their passions – old buildings – and make a difference in ensuring a future for them in our surroundings. Page & Turnbull has become known as a firm that is sensitive to its clients and the buildings they steward; effective at navigating the challenging entitlement process that may influence permit approvals; and creative in making inventive plans for preserving historic cities, neighborhoods, and structures. Our offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Sacramento serve homeowners, developers, communities, institutions, and cities around the United States.

Page & Turnbull has decades of experience as an undisputed leader in the field.


Page & Turnbull evaluates, designs, and manages the rehabilitation of existing buildings using a combination of skills missing in most traditional architecture firms. It takes an appreciation of historic fabric, an understanding of the means and methods of construction, knowledge of the local and state and federal preservation requirements, creativity, and discipline to support the needs of a rehabilitated building and integrate it with new construction.

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