“Peter’s House,” is an 1,800 square-foot home from SF-based Craig Steely Architecture. The structure uses typical practice of staggering foundations up the hillside and it locates a 24' x 24', cast in place concrete garage on the lowest level of the three-story glass structure.
On the top floor, the living area spans from a flat plateau to the main tower with 90 solid wood louvers crafted from Monterey Cypress trees and are fixed to the exterior. Check out more pictures of the place in the gallery below:
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