Renovation of a non-descript 1930’s mid-block bungalow for a young San Francisco family

Renovation of a non-descript 1930’s mid-block bungalow for a young San Francisco family

Architects: Cary Bernstein Architect
Location: San Francisco, United States
Year: 2013
Photo courtesy: Cary Bernstein Architect
Description:

“The complete renovation of a non-descript, 1930’s mid-block bungalow created a new home for a young San Francisco family. This comprehensive transformation provides space for a modern domestic agenda. Hill House brings the hill inside, integrating the architecture with the site’s unique topography.”

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