Situated in Russian Hill, San Francisco, this contemporary M,000 sq ft condominium was designed by MacCracken Architects.
Description by MacCracken Architects This M,000 sq. foot Nineteen Sixties condominium on Russian Hill was a problem to make environment friendly use of a small dwelling space and illustrates how nicely thought out design can rework very restricted area. Existing rooms have been rearranged and beforehand partitioned areas have been opened to benefit from the beautiful San Francisco Bay views and lightweight. Mahogany hall cupboard partitions outline the central circulation and supply storage and shelving for artifacts and artwork. The monolithic wooden hall partitions convey a heat distinction to the white perimeter of the remainder of the quantity whereas main pure mild from the view aspect of the condo is transferred by way of vertical translucent glass openings to offer a relative stability of sunshine to areas with restricted pure mild. Visit MacCracken Architects