House at The Top of Eureka Valley in San Francisco Blends Old and New Architecture Style

The original Victorian, a lone house considered as the king of the prominence has been renovated by Craig Steely Architecture, offering a breathtaking panoramic view. This house overlooks the Eureka Valley located in San Francisco and is a Napoleon quiche of a layered building. Giving the house a major-construction-site splendor is the galvanized I-beams bolted together onsite. The exterior, on closer inspection reveals itself like a jigsaw puzzle of beautiful wood strips that are painted with a single coat to produce a whitewashed effect.

House At Eureka Valley in San Francisco by Craig Steely Architecture


While the penthouse occupying 250-square-foot space features a ceiling, it as well boasts windows continuing impeccably across a round corner, offering spectacular views. Forming a contemporary trellis is the steel exoskeleton that frames the entire view. This steel frame is wrapped with bifacial solar panels, which collects light from both above and below the house. A house below the studio features an open kitchen with dinning and spacious living room. The studio is linked to the central living space via spiral staircase. The entire house with striking steel trellis as well as spectacular balcony, extending towards the horizon offers a greeting addition to the city’s landscape.

House At Eureka Valley in San Francisco by Craig Steely Architecture

House At Eureka Valley in San Francisco by Craig Steely Architecture

House At Eureka Valley in San Francisco by Craig Steely Architecture

House At Eureka Valley in San Francisco by Craig Steely Architecture

House At Eureka Valley in San Francisco by Craig Steely Architecture

House At Eureka Valley in San Francisco by Craig Steely Architecture

House At Eureka Valley in San Francisco by Craig Steely Architecture

Images : Bruce Damonte via [Archpaper]

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