February 15, 2017
A Spanish Revival Yields a Functional Family Home
After years of living in a small house, the members of this active, social San Francisco family needed a place where they could be together but not be on top of one another, with enough space for big family gatherings.
They found a gracious, 1920s Spanish Revival-style home in a neighborhood they liked. The pros? The three-level house was spacious and the sloping backyard abutted a neighborhood park and playground. The cons? The grande dame was a tad dowdy both inside and out, and the floor plan needed tweaking to meet the family’s needs.
For help, the owners turned to San Francisco architect Andrew Mann and interior designer Dara Rosenfeld.
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