Minimalist patio photo in San Francisco

Laidley Street Residence

Modern Patio, San Francisco

Completed in 2002, this new home in San Francisco is conceived as a series of interlocking forms, stepping up the hill and out of the earth to become a transparent glass form bound by the planar structure. This linear language informs the details throughout, appearing in the plan, elevations and custom furniture design. The street level entry opens to a sculpture court where an open, steel and concrete stairway leads to a terrace and the formal front door. All three living levels enjoy panoramic views of the city from the front and the serenity of a Japanese inspired garden to the rear. In collaboration with Tom John, Interiors. Ken Gutmaker, Photography
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Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: 9 Ways to Open a House to the OutdoorsJuly 7, 2014

Viewed from the nearby bedroom, the outdoor space is bound by a variety of simple elements; the walls are by far the...

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gabrielle09 added this to dream2July 29, 2020

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