This tiny brick house in San Francisco, California has been converted into a 160 square foot small guest apartment by architect Christi Azevedo.
This two-flat Edwardian house called Nordquist located in San Francisco, California was originally built in 1890. John Lum Architecture was commissioned to transform the home into a beautiful contemporary residence with vintage Scandinavian interior design.
This LEED® Platinum residence in San Francisco, California has a sophisticated design that was planned for contemporary living.
On the main level, the terrace opens the spacious family room and open kitchen to breathtaking views of San Francisco Bay.
The renovation of this 1906 stucco-clad Victorian Townhouse on Pierce Street in Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California has a modern homey atmosphere while maintaining its traditional feel.
Located at 355 Bryan Street in San Francisco, California, this luxury loft apartment was originally built in 1916 as a warehouse and printing shop. The contemporary renovation is timeless and elegant with brick finish. The open floor plan with atrium ceilings and grand staircase provide a dramatic flair to the living space.
Located at 3481 Washington Street in the prestigious Pacific Heights neighbourhood in San Francisco, California, this beautiful home blends classic Edwardian exterior architecture with contemporary interior design.
This historically significant Neo-Classical home located in Pacific Heights, San Francisco was built in 1906 and designed by renowned architect Julius E. Krafft.
The 8,335 sq. ft. home features a stunning entrance portico, grand wooden staircase, formal living room, formal dining room, parlor, gourmet kitchen with breakfast area, indoor solarium, 6 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.
The Art Deco Building located at 631 O’Farrell St, San Francisco in the Tenderloin district is a condominium converted from a hotel. Also known as “The Hamilton”, the architectural style of the building is Art Deco Moderne, inspired by the 1925 Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Moderne.
Between 1929 and 1961, it was The Alexander Hamilton Hotel and Apartments. The hotel closed in 1961 and it became the first condo conversion in San Francisco.