Designed for a young executive whose love of contemporary art and minimal environments led the architects to create this light filled space. The existing envelope of this richly textured warehouse space was painted â€œgalleryâ€ white from floor to ceiling.
Adaptive reuse often has to make the best of a bad situation, taking ill-shaped structures into workable residences â€¦ but in this case, the form of this 100-foot-tall Belgian water tower turned out to be the perfect basis for a brilliant seven-story house.
They call it a castle on the park but actually ait was a church. Today’s home is a Gothic Revival building overlooking Dolores Park in San Francisco. It started off as a church back in 1909 and is now renovated into a three-bedroom home with plenty of stained glass and open spaces including the main hall on the ground floor.