It is a 7,000-square-foot home that on a steep corner property in San Fransisco, California. JACKSON HOUSE is designed by Marmol Radziner Architecture, featuring stunning views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. It is a light-filled home with a simple plan layout and a neutral palette of finish materials.
The architect provides an architectural and landscape design for the addition and alteration to the Hank Schubart-designed home in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. This house is big with expansive views and a retractable 20’ x 20’ skylight and it was built-in 1963.
This house is designed as a modern counterpoint, especially to San Francisco’s Beaux-Arts architectural tradition. Its expansion is done by adding a third level with an open floor plan, below the existing two-level structure and introducing the exterior garden at the lower living as well.
The result of this awesome project is a three-level home with a simple plan layout. For the materials, the architect uses a neutral palette of finish materials that can underscore the drama and natural beauty of the surrounding landscape.
JACKSON HOUSE Gallery
Photographer: William Abranowicz