This project consists of four attached row houses on a sloping site in Oakland. Adapting an existing bungalow at the site’s street front with additional floors provides a transition into the new development. The design features a series of bay windows and balconies on the south-facing façade angled to capture light and views on a narrow lot. The building mass is accented with carefully detailed Kebony wood screens that relate to the surrounding landscape and enliven the narrow driveway approach to create a traditional mews for the community living in the complex. Ground-floor flats can be rented separately, while the upper units of each townhouse include a second floor living area, and a third floor with two bedrooms and a bath.