San Francisco

A historical house in San Francisco gets an inspiring update

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This historical house constructed in 1910 was renovated by Mindy Gayer Design in coordination with Sven Lavine Architecture, located in the Sunset District, a neighborhood in San Francisco, California. The homeowners wished to preserve the historical charm of the architecture while creating an elegant and highly functional modern dwelling. The result is a blend of […]

A 1920s Spanish Revival home gets a dreamy refresh in San Francisco

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A 1920s Spanish Revival home has undergone a complete refresh by Medium Plenty in collaboration with Regan Baker Design, located in San Francisco, California. The project team transformed this dwelling into a four-story dream house for this family of four their frequent overnight guests. They preserved the spirit of the original structure, yet revitalized it with fresh imagination, […]

This serene San Francisco house overlooks a majestic redwood tree

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What once was a 1916 small cottage-style house was reimagined by John Lum Architecture, nestled in the quaint Glen Park community of San Francisco, California. Taking 18 months to complete, this ground-up renovation project established a spacious 4,029 square foot dwelling with five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms on a spacious double lot for ultimate comfort and […]

A warehouse loft offers an industrial chic live/work home in San Francisco

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Knock Architecture & Design has created this modern-industrial loft for live/work in the SoMa neighborhood of San Francisco, California. This industrial warehouse loft, dating from the 1920s, is restored to its original aesthetic intent while updating for a new use in the 21st century. Previous, inappropriate renovations and transformations were removed, and new divided lite […]

A three-story atrium is the highlight of this amazing San Francisco home

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This outstanding modern home was renovated by ODS Architecture in collaboration with Eastwood Development, located in a neighborhood with one of the few brick streets left in San Francisco, California. Originally designed by Marquis Associates Architects in 1965, this 5,000-square-foot dwelling boasts an expansive multi-level atrium centered around a large Ficus tree and topped with a […]

A California ranch-style home gets update for fabulous curb appeal

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ODS Architecture has renovated an existing ranch-style home with cedar wood and stucco siding, and a metal roof, located in Kensington, California. Nestled on top of Eagle Hill, this dwelling showcases spectacular views of the San Francisco Bay. The scope of this project entailed two phases to the remodel. The first phase opened the ceilings […]

Tour the Esherick house with amazing views of the San Francisco skyline

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This mid-century Esherick house was renovated by architectural studio Edmonds + Lee, located in Sea Cliff, a neighborhood in northwestern San Francisco, California. Originally designed by famed Bay Area architect Joseph Esherick in 1958, this iconic property is historically significant. After purchasing this home, the new occupants wished to preserve the historic character of this moderately-sized […]

This cool urban oasis has sweeping views over the San Francisco skyline

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This modern urban oasis was designed by Feldman Architecture, perched on an expansive property overlooking downtown San Francisco, California. The steep and sloping lot served as an inspiration for an inventive modern design. The architects sought to maximize the home’s indoor-outdoor connection, emphasizing shared family living spaces all while working within the confines of the […]

Elegant Edwardian home in San Francisco is given a thoughtful refresh

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This elegant Edwardian home was completely transformed by Gast Architects in collaboration with interiors firm Northbrook Design, located in San Francisco, California. The dwelling was conceived as a family vacation retreat with four levels to accommodate four generations. This location was selected because San Francisco is a world-class destination city. The homeowners have a large family that […]

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