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Studio VARA explains, "the project’s success lies in the judicious use of carefully executed moments," such as a wood screen that recreates the privacy of now-trimmed tree branches. Studio VARA also cites a "subtle palette of ‘warm’ mixed with ‘cool’ that recurs in both tone and materials: wood juxtaposed with glass and metal against stone."
After multiple renovations, this home had become a pseudo-Brutalist pink stucco box. However, its location on a sloping corner possessed both views and parking—two hot commodities in San Francisco real estate. Architect George Bradley seized the opportunity to make something great. "The house was designed to complement the challenging triangular corner site and its context," he explains.
Scott MacFiggen and Regina Bustamante, tech industry veterans from Silicon Valley, called on architect Christi Azevedo to rebrand a fusty house in San Francisco’s Noe Valley—starting with the street view. Plywood siding was replaced by cedar boards that have been charred using the Japanese technique shou sugi ban.
Mechanical engineer Jan Moolsintong and industrial designer Peter Russell-Clarke enjoy epic views of San Francisco from their 1,800-square-foot house overlooking the Mission District. The distinctive facade has operable porthole windows and a slatted garage door that was custom-built by Raimundo Ferreira.