A San Francisco House for a “Work Hard, Play Hard” Lifestyle

11.10.15 | By
A San Francisco House for a “Work Hard, Play Hard” Lifestyle

Feldman Architecture handled the “unconventional” renovation of this Cole Valley home in San Francisco, California. Named Fitty Wun, the 4,188 square foot house now coincides with the family that lives there, which includes a couple and their three young boys, and their “work hard, play hard” lifestyle. The townhouse façade disguises a large, family home with an open floor plan, that now combines the kitchen, dining, and living rooms into one large space.


What better way to cope with having three active kids than to incorporate a swing right in the middle of the main great room?


This area is also home to a three-story atrium that’s ringed off with a winding steel stairway.


A floating office “pod” at the top of the stairs offers a quiet place away from the noise.


The light-filled living room opens up to the outdoor space with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors that disappear.





There’s even a green roof that offers views of Twin Peaks and Mount Sutro.


Photos by Joe Fletcher.

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.