This four bedroom, two and a half bath home in the center of San Francisco was designed specifically for modern, urban living. Originally developed by Joseph Eichler in 1962, under the guidance of architect Claude Oakland, this home is one of just 100 Eichler’s in Diamond Heights. Featuring floor to ceiling windows and easy flow between indoor and outdoor spaces, the plan embodies the ideals of California living and the American dream.
The re-design of this iconic home stays true to the original mid-century modern philosophy while incorporating contemporary, unique and sustainable design elements. You can “have it all” you just need the right house.
The re-design of this iconic home stays true to the original mid-century modern philosophy while incorporating contemporary, unique and sustainable design elements.
Bamboo is used on major surfaces to create a distinct and warm presence.
10' high Fleetwood sliding glass doors extend the transparent connection between the living room and central courtyard.
The wall between the living room and kitchen was reframed to create visual connectivity and shift the circulation; making the galley kitchen the hub of the living/dining area.
The Master Bedroom faces the central courtyard, so a bamboo barn door was added to create privacy for the ensuite bathroom.