Telegraph Hill Residence by Feldman Architecture
While the first house offered tall roofs and the potential for shocking perspectives of the Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower, and downtown San Francisco, it experienced a plain stucco façade and curiously limited, slashed up inside spaces. For the customers, an occupied family who appreciate cooking and exciting, the dull, cramped living spaces required reevaluating.
The redesign changed the road façade with dim limestone cladding and anticipating metal edges around the windows and carport. It likewise opened up the whole top level as one awesome room with windows on three sides, where new bay windows delicately light up the lower levels section, drawing guests up from the passage to the primary living region. Along the primary stair, a punctured screen channels characteristic light from an extensive south-bound window. The screen wraps the roof kitchen and offers definition to this focal space, which was arranged like a ship’s cookroom to conveniently hide machines.
A huge deck catches the site’s far reaching perspectives and keeps running into the living territory, making an indoor/outside space with a chimney, fabricated in seating, and an operable overhang for shade. All through the home, a tender palette of dim and white permits the plenitude of common light and perspectives become the dominant focal point.
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