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In 2006, when couple Barnaby Grist and Ellen Goldberg hired Bassel Samaha and Heather Hart, of <a href="http://samaha-hart.com/">Samaha + Hart Architecture</a>, they came to the husband-wife design team with big plans. The couple wanted to keep the existi

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Originally appeared in Noe Valley Renovation
on September 22, 2009
In 2006, when couple Barnaby Grist and Ellen Goldberg hired Bassel Samaha and Heather Hart, of &lt;a href=&quot;http://samaha-hart.com/&quot;&gt;Samaha + Hart Architecture&lt;/a&gt;, they came to the husband-wife design team with big plans. The couple wanted to keep the existi
In 2006, when couple Barnaby Grist and Ellen Goldberg hired Bassel Samaha and Heather Hart, of Samaha + Hart Architecture, they came to the husband-wife design team with big plans. The couple wanted to keep the existing facade as well as the two rooms that flanked the front door true to their early-1900s design, but completely renovate the rest in a modern style. "They were pretty adventurous," Samaha recalls. "They wanted what was new to be really different."Photo courtesy of Samaha + Hart Architecture

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