About Sorensen Architects, Inc.

ARCHITECTURE - INTERIORS - LANDSCAPES - CONSTRUCTION


Sorensen Architects is an accomplished and award winning architectural design firm providing a variety of design services including architectural, interior, landscape, and furniture design.  We build our projects through integrated general contracting services.  Led by owner and principal Christopher Ryan Sorensen, the firm has completed numerous new homes, additions, renovations, and commercial buildings on the beach, and in the mountains and hills of Malibu, Topanga, Santa Monica, Venice, Marina Del Rey, Los Angeles, Brentwood, Beverly Hills, Hollywood Hills, and San Francisco.  We are currently expanding into national and international markets. 

Sorensen Architects, Inc. is a California Corporation.  S|A is a licensed Architect though NCARB, LEED Accredited, a California Licensed General Contractor, and a member of the American Institute of Architects, AIA.

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Sorensen Architects' designs range from traditional to modern, and tend toward a timeless fusion.  From peaceful Zen tranquility, to evocative and dramatic facades, S|A strikes upon innovation that excites the spirit and soothes the mind.



                                                                                         "With each and every project we apply sustainable design concepts and utilize organic building materials to educate clients about alternatives to the wasteful conventions that define typical construction projects.  Virtually, every project that we design uses active photovoltaic power and solar hot water systems to energize the home.  Our designs inherently incorporate passive solar and natural ventilation techniques, creating buildings that require less energy."     

Christopher Ryan Sorensen


" We are delighted to recognize Sorensen Architects amoung our "Best Of Design" professionals for design as judged by our community of homeowners and design enthusiasts who are actively remodeling and decorating their homes."

- Liza Hausman, vice president of community for Houzz