he work of Bay Area architecture firm Paul Kelley Architect is regularly featured in local and regional media. Paul Kelley is a sought-after expert, speaker and contributor for various media and groups.
Paul Kelley Architect’s work is often covered in the Napa Valley Register newspaper and on its website, www.napavalleyregister.com. Links below lead to articles that mention various area projects in which they have been involved.
“Aunt Helena,” 2010
The kitchen of the renowned restaurant French Laundry was remodeled by Paul Kelley Architect, earning the firm a Napa County Landmarks Award of Merit. This American Express video captures some flavor of Chef Thomas Keller’s legendary space.
“Restoring the Sherry House,” 2009
“New Prognosis for Old Hospital,” 2008
“Plot plan for Francis House Reveals a New Look,” 2008
“Famed Eatery Seeks Alternative Energy Source,” 2004
“Barns and B&Bs,” 2001
“Vintage Breaks Ground in St. Helena,” 2001
Napa Valley Life Magazine
Paul Kelley has served as a featured sustainability columnist for Napa Valley Life Magazine; he can also be heard on the magazine’s “Sustainable Life” radio segment. Links to PDFs of some of his columns are below.
“The Gray Area of Gray Water,” Dec 11/Jan 12
“Easier Said Than Done,” Oct/Nov 11
“Using Solar Energy to Power Your Home,” Aug/Sept 11
“Passive Design is Not Passive at All,” June/July 11
“‘Embodied Energy’ … What?,” April/May 11
“Recycling by Design,” Feb/March 11