20th Street Residence by SF-OSL
by Ted Savage / October 5, 2012
Up through the roof was the only way make more space for the 20th Street Residence by SF-OSL, a re-architecturing of a derelict home in San Francisco.


On a block designated historic, 1575 sq. ft. was turned into 2225 by adding a new indoor/outdoor volume on the roof, with front-facing deck, backyard catwalk bridge, and flexible sunscreen, navigating building code requirements while balancing privacy and view. To create an urban feel, the exterior is sheathed in black Ramp Armor skateboard ramp material. Inside, an airy combo of exposed wood and bright white. Solar panels were installed, and existing materials reused, to maximize sustainability and minimize waste. Via ArchDaily.


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