I've had over 25 years experience working as a designer coast to coast. I bring an eye for furnishings plus also a deep understanding of architectural design and construction. My work reflects a variety of genres, from traditional to contemporary. My home was published in the San Francisco Chronicle, where Zahid Sardar noted “Sherman enjoys classical design as well as a full-tilt modernism.” I want you to love your new home and luxuriate in walking through the end results.
I have been published in Dwell magazine, New York Times magazine, Interior Design magazine, San Francisco 7x7 magazine and Forbes to name a few.
Diego Pacheco Design Practice is a San Francisco-based architectural design firm, specializing in high-end residential work. Diego was born in Colombia, and studied architecture in Berkeley, Barcelona and London before receiving his Masters of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. Over the course of his career, Diego has worked on architectural projects across the country, several of which have been featured in Elle Décor, California Home & Design, and Dwell Magazine. Diego began his career at Karl G. Smith Associates, followed by tenure at Gemmill Design, Aidlin Darling Design and MAK Studio, prior to starting his own firm in 2012. Diego’s design work is informed by a close collaboration with the client, and strives to achieve crisp simplicity and graceful elegance.
Graduated with a Ph.D. in Architecture & Building Science at Strathclyde University in the UK. Practiced architecture in the UK and Middle East. Specializes in prefabricated buildings. With Marvin Mauer, created YardPods, small sustainable prefabricated home offices and studios that do not normally need permits. In 2018, we expanded and launched ADU HQ, serving the San Francisco Bay Area.