Its important to push architecture into the future, but its also crucial to remember the great successes of the past, and the new Eichler house renovation from Klopf Architecture manages to do both. The renovated San Francisco home was originally built by Joseph Eichler, a post-war real estate developer known for California's distinct Mid-Century modern style tract housing, and Klopf kept the home's original charms while adding something new and interesting.
Though the renovated Eichler house offers up 2,285 square feet for its family of four, it's a bungalow, which was Eichler's calling card all across California. The initial building was somewhat smaller, but the new, remodeled property has a large addition that was connected while still adhering to the familiar style. That addition includes an office and a guest room.
Updated Mid-Century Modern Bungalows
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