The renovation of this 1925 Mediterranean Revival focused on modernizing the eighty year-old house to make it useful for a growing San Francisco family. In order to meet this demand, larger rooms were created from collections of smaller, antiquated spaces. Most importantly, the design introduced natural light wherever possible. Skylights were added or replaced, windows that had been filled-in were re-opened, and generous doors were added to exterior walls. While the change to the interior is dramatic, the exterior subtly improves upon the clarity of the original style.
Washington Street Home