Open Box House in San Francisco | Feldman Architecture

Emerging from its humble beginnings, Open Box House was transformed by Feldman Architecture from a run-of-the-mill 1950s vinyl-clad box into a contemporary family home that takes full advantage of its site in San Francisco, California. The original house was detached on three sides and perched on a lot with panoramic views, but its small windows and dark rooms ignored the hillside location and potential for views.


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