A modest, late 19th century Noe Valley (San Francisco) house is comprehensively restored, re-designed, and furnished with a modern sensibility. Intact period details in the front living, dining, and bedroom spaces are uncovered and celebrated with assertive paint schemes. The kitchen and rear porch (spaces without salvageable or interesting original elements) are gutted and opportunistically reconfigured to maximize their utility and connection to the out-of doors.
Architect: ChrDAUER Architects
General Contractor: Matthew Hosmer