A series of interlocking decks and courtyards create a seamless flow from inside to out. Designed to capture daylight and link common and private spaces, double height volumes establish vertical connections shaped by skylights and windows revealing unexpected views through the residence.
Stained white oak and cedar create a soft pallet throughout, connecting floor to cabinets, cabinets to stairs, interior walls to exterior walls and the historic front to the modern back. Period molding at the parlor blends with minimal details and cabinetry. The Two-Way House bridges recognizable San Francisco architecture to the way todays design savvy San Franciscans live in their homes.