A Bay Area architect for two decades, Paul Kelley was the principal architect for such renowned restaurants as The French Laundry (renovation) and Bouchon Bakery; wineries including Honig, Morlet and Schramsberg; private residences of luminaries such as Chef Thomas Keller (remodel); and the restoration of many landmark and historic properties, including the Niebaum-Coppola House in Rutherford and The Sherry House & Depot Saloon in St. Helena.
Kelley was the principal architect and president of Lail Design Group in St. Helena for more than a decade; he founded Paul Kelley Architect, Inc., in 2008. He is a certified Master Green Building Professional and a current commissioner on the city of Napa’s Planning Commission. Best of Houzz 2017
Above: Kelley reviews plans with clients. Left: Kelley with Candice Stephens, production coordinator for Paul Kelley Architect.