The Laidley House in San Francisco

The Laidley House in San Francisco

Jess Watson
Dec 18, 2009

The owners' architecture firm, Zack|de Vito Architecture took full advantage of the typical small San Francisco lots when building the 3,000 square foot Laidley House. Jack Zack and Lise de Vito designed an open and modern floor plan that takes advantage of the expansive views of San Francisco and the Bay. The unique choice of panelized framing meant the home was assembled on site in 3 1/2 weeks.

Even with its modern facade, the home easily incorporate into its existing neighborhood due to the firm's attention to detail, use of materials and mindfulness of the context of the area. The home was built with sustainability in mind using the standard fare renewable materials, photovoltaic electric and solar hydronic systems. The panelized construction system allowed for 90% of the framing to be produced off site.

Zack|de Vito Architecture led the design with Lise as lead designer. Construction was completed by BuiltForm Construction.

Thanks to the Contemporist for featuring this San Francisco home.

(Image credits: Bruce Damonte)

Created with Sketch.