This San Francisco residence was remodeled for a couple with one child to provide a variety of family spaces, many with very specific purposes. The original residence was built in the teens, but was altered over the years until it ceased to benefit from a discernible architectural style. Butler Armsden redid the exterior to give the house a geometric classical facade to the street, including an entrance pergola that is very simple and spare. The reconfigured entrance steps wander through landscaping which provides visitors the sensation of passing through a vertical garden as they enter the house. The thickness of the facade wall was doubled to allow for deep-set openings, particularly the large window that features two Doric columns in the master bedroom.
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