The new design frames expansive views at all floors, and embraces an open plan at the living levels. The rear of the Noe Valley residence is unapologetically modern in expression with asymmetrical massing and scissoring corten steel and cast concrete walls by landscape architects Surface Design Inc.
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This mid-century modern home renovation in the Berkeley Hills features enhanced indoor-outdoor living, updated finishes, a structural upgrade, increased energy efficiency, and enhanced daylight.
Located in Marin County, Mill Valley House house was designed San Francisco-based Yamamar Design. From the architect: Two opposing roofs define public and private zones in this Marin County home for a filmmaker and painter couple and their 2 small children. We were inspired by architect Glenn Murcutt’s notion that a well designed home requires both ‘prospect’ […]
YamaMar Design Architects in collaboration with Alison Damonte Design studio and landscape design firm Terremoto have completed the modernization of this San Francisco house for a family of four. “Give us an urban oasis, something minimal and modern but warm with a seamless flow from inside to out..” was the mandate from our clients for this […]
This house is located in the Berkeley Hills, California, United States, and was modernized by San Francisco-based YamaMar Design. Description by YamaMar: Nestled on a secluded property in the Berkeley Hills, this mid-century modern house was originally designed by Ratcliff, Slama & Cadwalader for Robert Scalapino, a UC Berkeley emeritus professor of Political Science (d. […]
Yamamar Design have modernized this 1970’s Eichler house, located in Palo Alto, California. Description by Yamamar: This Palo Alto 1970’s Eichler house remodel falls squarely into the ‘minimal modern meets disco’ camp. The project took focus as a result of the collaboration between architect, interior decorator and a supremely passionate owner. A former television producer, […]