From ordinary to extraordinary

This totally reprogrammed house – in the Noe Valley neighborhood in San Francisco – began life as a small, regular home in a quiet neighborhood.

After an extensive remodel, the front of the house still retained the compact, established city look:  the inside was completely reprogrammed, with new spaces and room layouts.

As for the rear of the house – it was given a complete make-over, opening up on two levels to deck, patio and the back yard.

 

Designed by: Malcolm Davis Architecture

Photography by:  Joe Fletcher

Managed by:  Jason Soll, Marcelino Cruz

From ordinary to extraordinary

This totally reprogrammed house – in the Noe Valley neighborhood in San Francisco – began life as a small, regular home in a quiet neighborhood.

After an extensive remodel, the front of the house still retained the compact, established city look:  the inside was completely reprogrammed, with new spaces and room layouts.

As for the rear of the house – it was given a complete make-over, opening up on two levels to deck, patio and the back yard.

 

Designed by: Malcolm Davis Architecture

Photography by:  Joe Fletcher

Managed by:  Jason Soll, Marcelino Cruz