Large trendy gray three-story mixed siding exterior home photo in San Francisco

Warm Modern in Noe Valley

Contemporary Exterior, San Francisco

Mid-Century Modernism inspired our design for this new house in Noe Valley. The exterior is distinguished by cubic massing, well proportioned forms and use of contrasting but harmonious natural materials. These include clear cedar, stone, aluminum, colored stucco, glass railings, slate and painted wood. At the rear yard, stepped terraces provide scenic views of downtown and the Bay Bridge. Large sunken courts allow generous natural light to reach the below grade guest bedroom and office behind the first floor garage. The upper floors bedrooms and baths are flooded with natural light from carefully arranged windows that open the house to panoramic views. A mostly open plan with 10 foot ceilings and an open stairwell combine with metal railings, dropped ceilings, fin walls, a stone fireplace, stone counters and teak floors to create a unified interior.
Large trendy gray three-story mixed siding exterior home photo in San Francisco - Houzz

Questions About This Photo (17)

kellype wrote:September 18, 2011
  • mntejwani
    6 years ago
    is the cultured stone desert shadow or slate gray?
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    Mark Brand Architecture
    6 years ago
    I am afraid I no longer recall the exact color. I'm sorry I can't be of more help.
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