A Midcentury Modern Marvel With Astounding San Francisco Skyline Views

This midcentury modern house in San Francisco provides a newly refreshed design that will be enjoyed for years to come.

The addition serves as a private sanctuary for the parents, offering a much-needed escape from the bustling energy of the lower floors, where the children spend most of their time.

Living spaces are more connected and an expanded deck provides more usable outdoor living space that soaks in the views.

On the main floor, the only updates were the stairwell and lightwell, which now flood all three levels with natural light.

The custom steel stairs with open wood treads give the staircase an airy, contemporary feel.

By shifting the staircase forward, the architects cleverly prevented guests from needing to pass through the primary bedroom to access the roof deck.

The primary bathroom is a study in serenity and light. A wall-sized lightwell behind the vanity wall illuminates not only the bathroom but also the family room.

Skylights strategically placed windows, and ample lightwells create an airy, sunlit atmosphere while ensuring privacy.

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