The Twin Peaks Escape Pad is a getaway that lies beneath an existing 3 story home on a steep downsloping property that lies near the famed Sutro Tower in San Francisco, California. Views abound, the purpose of this new space was to serve as a family getaway underneath the existing home, used solely for entertaining and enjoyment.
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Cesar Rubio Photography is an artistic commercial endeavor dedicated high quality image production in the studio and the built environment. I use state of the art large format technology to create compelling photographs of architectural and design innovations.
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A huge amount of volume and light were freed from this compartmentalized 1970’s house. Situated in Noe Valley, San Francisco, the Douglass Park House has been renovated recently by Azevedo Design. The main living space is a long rectangle that stretches from a front deck overlooking cypresses to a two level patio with a view of […]
Laidley Street Residence is a family home in San Francisco designed by Michael Hennessey Architecture. Project description: A rare empty lot in the Glen Park neighborhood of San Francisco served as the site for this ground-up residence. The design goal of the project was to harness natural light throughout the day, capture views of a wind-swept […]