Marc LaRoche began an independent practice in 1991 in San Francisco, eventually establishing the current design office on Bainbridge Island near Seattle in 1995.
Additional professional experience includes work in the architectural offices of William Turnbull & Charles Moore, as well as Backen Arrigoni & Ross in San Francisco.
Mr. LaRoche received his architectural degree from the University of Oregon and has over 25+ years of experience and design responsibility for a wide range of project types including numerous distinctive single family and multi-family homes, wineries, restaurants, commercial, retail, film & theater as well as planning and design guideline and design review work.
Mr. LaRoche’s design work has been recognized in several national design oriented publications including: New York Times Magazine, House Beautiful, Sunset Magazine, Architectural Digest, N.C. House & Garden and others.
Current projects include residential, restaurant, and winery work in the San Francisco Bay Area, California’s coastal and wine country areas, as well as the Pacific Northwest.
For a comprehensive list of past projects, publications, references, and additional background information on Mr. LaRoche and our highly experienced and professional design team, please contact us via email or telephone.
Trina LaRoche has over 20+ years experience in custom interior design. She is inspired by art, people, culture, architecture, and how all these factors can most powerfully be integrated into meaningful and functional interior environments.
Mrs. LaRoche is a graduate of the University of Washington with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in interior design. She worked in a senior design role for over ten years in preeminent San Francisco architectural firms prior to establishing Carter LaRoche Interior Design in San Francisco in 1990. Since then Carter LaRoche Interior Design (CLID) moved to Bainbridge Island and merged with Marc LaRoche Architects.
CLID has grown into a diverse practice with numerous national publications. Mrs. LaRoche has lectured both in San Francisco and Seattle Art College on the subject of integrating aesthetics, style, and quality into interiors.