Don't judge a book... Leilani Labong's article features four San Francisco buildings where the facades give no clue as to what lies behind them. For instance, an Italianate firehouse in the Mission is a modern, art-filled three-bedroom loft...
An Edwardian candy factory in the Castro is a TIC.
A Eureka Valley barn is a studio and loft.
And, also in Eureka Valley, a Mormon temple-turned-synagogue is a home. Check out the article here: The Conversion Rate: Four uncommon spaces reinvent the meaning of home. Images: Joe Budd