Peter’s House is a modern architectural feat that boasts some unusual details in spite of adhering to the typical box shape many contemporary designers are embracing. With floor to ceiling windows wrapping the second and third floor of the residence, Peter’s House has a glass-encased aesthetic someone reminiscent of a submarine. This is due solely to the circular openings located on one side of the structure, which allow fresh air in.
Designed by Craig Steely Architecture, Peter’s House can be found in San Francisco, California, above Dolores Park. Striking a fine balance between an expansive view and privacy from the sidewalk and garden that pass alongside, Peter's House incorporates 90 solid wood louvers from local Monterey Cypress trees to regulate it.
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