This stunning home on 3855 Washington Street in Presidio Heights in San Francisco, California offers metropolitan living in a quiet, private setting. The luxury home is built on an extra wide lot and intentionally pulled back from the street for privacy. Inside the house, the Pièce de résistance are the large glass doors that open onto the tranquil garden which is accessible from both kitchen & formal dining rooms.
The Museum Tower Penthouse atop the St. Regis Hotel & Residences in San Francisco, California is a palatial penthouse with 20,000 square feet of living space and 2,900 square feet of terraces. The interior design by Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design Assoicates features opulent double height living room and sublime lounge area adjacent to a spectacular upper terrace. The luxury modern tower is located in the SOMA area near the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The residences of this high-end property can also enjoy all the amenities of the St. Regis Hotel.
Located on a quiet side street in trendy SoMa (South of Market) in San Francisco, California, this dramatic loft features multiple levels of mezzanines and a 16 x 20 foot retractable centre skylight. The exposed concrete in the living room has a basketball hoop set at regular height for the sports enthusiast. At night you can party away with the dance club quality sound and video system.
Ludwig penthouse apartment in San Francisco, California is located in a concrete high-rise on Aquatic Park. The design by Craig Steely takes advantage of the views. Materials used are clear and etched 1/2″ glass, slabs of Black walnut, hand made mosaic tile walls, and gun blued steel.
This Victorian House in Pacific Heights in San Francisco, California has an exterior that takes your breath away. The design is the epitome of San Francisco architecture. The contemporary interior design offers a striking contrast to the traditional architecture.
The M. H. de Young Memorial Museum in San Francisco, California is a fine arts museum first opened in 1895. Earthquakes have damaged the original building, and in 2005, a new structure was completed by Herzog & de Meuron. A twisting tower in the shape of an inverted pyramid is the most distinctive feature of its exterior. Located in Golden Gate Park, the new museum is sensitive to its natural setting. Landscaped gardens by Walter Hood harmonized the surroundings. In the Barbro Osher Sculpture Garden, a 21-foot safety pin adds an artistic element to this interesting property.
Nestled in the hills of Mill Valley, California, the Hillside House is a LEED Plantinum certified home with high sustainability designed by SB Architects. Built on a steep hillside site, the modern red cedar house has a vertical design with multi-level living spaces that reduces its footprint. Views of the bay and the San Francisco skyline can be enjoyed from the numerous balconies and outdoor terraces.
With cinema-scopic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, this contemporary apartment in a 1950s building in San Francisco, California has an open concept that brings in the natural light. Architect Michael Palladino and interior designer Rick Irving of Richard Meier & Partners created the interiors using white oak floors and white walls that blend seamlessly with the owners’ art collection and the views of San Francisco Bay.