$28 million can buy you this recently restored 9,095 square foot home in San Francisco. The property was originally built in 1901 by noted architect James Francis Dunn and transformed by Los Angeles-based architect Paul McClean. Worth every penny just for that priceless view of San Francisco Bay.
This old farmhouse was converted into a summer home by Paris-based firm, Septembre Architecture. The design objective consisted of preserving the initial appearance and character of the building while adapting it to a new function. Visit their website to see more of their work.
Images: Courtesy of Septembre Architecture.
Have always yearned for a house on the beach like this one designed by Jacobsen Architecture, Washington DC. Their design philosophy fits in with our passion for light and location: “The quality of the light upon that particular area of earth is always unique and determines the path the architecture will take. We endeavor to design buildings that belong, make the site look better and, hopefully, never shout.”
Images: Courtesy of Jacobsen Architecture.