Teutonic's founder, Steve Werney, is a master at his craft and for two decades has pushed creative boundaries to deliver state of the art projects to his clients. His work has been featured around the world in online and print, from go to design inspiration site Houzz to Esquire Magazine.
Steve grew up in the Central Valley where his father worked for a design build firm as an architect and draftsmen. Steve was influenced by his father's work at an early age and built his first house while in high school, through a building trades course. He learned how to build and install custom cabinets after school, spent summers installing windows with his brother and completed two homes by the time he graduated.
Steve never stopped building, creating and refining his craft, while expanding his business to include a team of skilled artisans that adhere to the high standards Steve expects from his own work. In 2008 Teutonic Construction turned an historic San Francisco firehouse, originally built in 1909, into a modern hi-tech dwelling within, that would inspire even the most savvy of Dwell readers; where the greatest feats in modern architecture and design are poured over.
Soon after, Teutonic Construction delivered on another iconic piece of work with Twenty-Five Lusk, a 9,800 square foot restaurant/lounge frequently adorned with millennials floating ideas between sips of equally iconic wines. It's a trendy spot that expertly mixes classic industrial and a modern aesthetic. Original exposed wood beams & brick juxtaposed with soaring fire orb flues 2-stories high. Reviews consistently echo architectural applause.
When you choose Teutonic Construction, you choose unparalleled experience and craftsmanship that will exceed even your own expectations.