Craig Steely Architecture have designed the Beaver Street Reprise residence situated in the beautiful neighboorhood of Bernal Heights in San Francisco, California.
Beaver Street Reprise is a conceptually modern house that fits contextually into a Victorian neighborhood. It contains an apartment, an office, and a split-level living area that opens onto a deck with sod roof.
The architects think this projects is daring and stands out due to its beautiful wooden exterior design and the dashing indoor arrangements. Classic modernis home design with bright colors, amazing furniture and decorations contribute to the distinctive personality that this residence obviously has.
The apartment is entered at street level through a custom door of acrylic strips and left-over strips of Walnut from a local cabinet shop. Seen from the outside at night, these acrylic strips glow.
The project responds to the family’s desire to live a modest lifestyle integrating home, work, and time spent outdoors. Carefully planning the rooms to function flexibly and placing priority on the quality of space over quantity created a dramatic sustainable gain rather than having a separate home, a separate artist’s studio and a separate office, all these function perfectly under one roof and in a third the usual size.
Beaver Street Reprise
Designed by Craig Steely Architecture
Where: San Francisco, California.