The AIA Tour house and the Fireman - Fine Homebuilding
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Through the Lens

Through the Lens


The AIA Tour house and the Fireman

comments (0) June 19th, 2014 in Blogs
KenGutmaker Ken Gutmaker, contributing photographer


 

It is almost impossible not to love this firefighter in this intelligently designed home in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco.  Designed and built by Peter Liang of The Blue Truck Studio, this home seamlessly blends a sense of intimacy with an openness to its surroundings.  At only 1700 square feet, the home's design combines interconnected and multi use rooms with outdoor spaces and views to feel much bigger than its compact size.

 http://bluetruckstudio.com http://kengutmaker.com/#

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