Cow Hollow Historic HomeTransitional Living Room, San Francisco
Complete renovation of historic Cow Hollow home. Existing front facade remained for historical purposes. Scope included framing the entire 3 story structure, constructing large concrete retaining walls, and installing a storefront folding door system at family room that opens onto rear stone patio. Rear yard features terraced concrete planters and living wall.
Photos: Bruce DaMonte
Interior Design: Martha Angus
Architect: David Gast
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