This large San Francisco home began as small cottage in 1904. After years of somewhat random renovations and additions, the current owner asked architect Cary Bernstein to overhaul the home while remaining in the footprint of the existing structure. The resulting home is bright, airy and takes full advantage of the surrounding gardens and the hillside view of the City by the Bay.
This project involved the expansion, interior renovation, and furnishing of an old cottage on a triple-wide lot in San Francisco. The project was completed in two phases marking the personal trajectory of the client’s life from bachelor to father of three. Early strategic and functional interior renovations were followed by a third-floor addition with comprehensive interior, exterior and landscape improvements.
For many more images and information on this Cary Bernstein project, see Contemporist | Potrero House by Cary Bernstein.
Images: Cary Bernstein