The owners of this house applied to Ryan Leidner Architecture studio asking to restore this building, located in San Francisco and created in 1941. They wanted first of all to expand the city view and gain a modern interior as well. It seemed impossible to broaden the borders of this residence as well as to enlarge the terrace. Installing of sliding floor-to-ceiling windows was the only way to fill the house with light and provide the owners with panoramic view. Separations between the living room and kitchen have been also removed. The cease of diverting decor elements allowed to switch attention from the interior to marvelous panoramic city view.
Photo: Bruce Damonte