The Challenge. To reconnect an erratic San Francisco home to its striking landscape, light, and views and transform its confusing program with a new modernist aesthetic.

The Design. A complete flip of the home’s façade and interior spaces that reinvents its typology and captures all advantages of its natural and urban site.




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“The angle created by this design is stunning. This is an interesting way to use custom framing and g” — G and S Installation USA, LLC.
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“round handrail and mesh” — Cindy
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“WINDOWS!!!” — jazziejaz
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“Ventilated stair steps” — Hj Bae
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“Table” — uconnect
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“Kids” — sundance McGuire
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“Sufit” — Tomasz Zeglen
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“Solarium estilo do Erasmo” — Robson Jardim
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“Consider angles of window” — Hj Bae
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“windows-crazzy!” — 10eel
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“Solarium” — Robson Jardim
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“ventanas” — Giselle Azpurua
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“corner” — Aneeqa Ishtiaq
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Like many San Francisco homes, this one poorly integrated its many levels with each other and with its sloping topography and solar orientation. Reversing its reading, we recast the back of the house as its primary façade with a faceted, custom-built glass wall. Divided into three vertical panels that push in and out, this dynamic prism brings animating light and spectacular vi...More
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