San Francisco has some of the most distinct homes that you might encounter in California, but this 1,750 square foot home on a corner in Bernal Heights is definitely a sight to see.
The great thing about this project is that even with the historical architecture that is so prominent in this Northern California city, there are codes to abide by when building a new structure– including things like “bay windows, notched side yards and inset entries to create movement and shadow along the streetscape.”
When you’re worried about the shadows the buildings are going to create, there’s got to be a little bit of pressure to live up to. This project did just that all the while keeping Green elements in mind while creating beautiful focal points with the stair case and cantilevered roof.
Not to leave out the strong design elements such as the wood cladded ceilings, clean lines and curious attention to detail; this home is a spectacular piece of art nestled in the design heavy city of San Francisco. The project was designed by the team at SB Architects.