This San Franscisco gallery by Ogrydziak/Prillinger Architects features a fantastic forest facade as well as a host of nifty sustainable features.
Designed and built in a somewhat dense urban environment, the home is meant to be showcased for the owner's art that is comfortably integrated with the beautiful landscape of the lot itself. In order to make this possible, Ogrydziak/Prillinger Architects designed the home to make the most of natural daylight and outfitted it with an expansive green roof that helps regulate temperature and add biological diversity to the site. The finished product is a thoroughly modern structure that screams taste without having to hurt the environment.
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This Ogrydziak/Prillinger Architects Gallery House was Creatively Designed
- By: Jordan MJan 21, 2011