Noe Valley House / designpad architecture

Noe Valley House / designpad architecture

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San Francisco, United States
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  3046 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2016
  • Photographs
    Photographs :Adam Rouse
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Neolith, AlumaTherm, Element 4, Fireclay, Shou Sugi Ban
  • Construction : Brad Doran
  • Interior Design : Melissa Winn
  • Professional Engineers : Enertia Design
  • Architect In Charge : Patrick Perez
  • Interior Design : Melissa Winn
  • City : San Francisco
  • Country : United States
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Noe Valley House / designpad architecture - Windows, Facade
© Adam Rouse

Text description provided by the architects. The original home was a modest one story over garage, two bedroom, one bath home in the Noe Valley neighborhood of San Francisco. Similar to other homes in San Francisco, when built, a handful of other very similar homes were constructed adjacent to it, each slightly different than the next.

Noe Valley House / designpad architecture - Table, Chair
© Adam Rouse

Our clients are a young family who at the start of the project had one toddler and towards the end another. Their dream for the home was to modernize and expand the space to allow for a growing family. Connecting to the rear yard and expanding vertically to capture the downtown views were vital as were an open floor that was flooded with light.

Noe Valley House / designpad architecture - Windows
© Adam Rouse
1st / 2nd Level Plans
Noe Valley House / designpad architecture - Chair, Windows, Bedroom, Deck
© Adam Rouse
Roof Plan

At the ground floor the rear was dug out and expanded to allow for a living space and home office. At the main floor the space was gutted and expanded out with a new rear yard roof deck and an open floor plan. And at the new third story, a master suite and roof deck with city views was designed along with two bedrooms and a new bath.

Noe Valley House / designpad architecture - Windows, Facade
© Adam Rouse

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Cite: "Noe Valley House / designpad architecture" 23 Jun 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/871513/noe-valley-house-designpad-architecture> ISSN 0719-8884

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