The Laidley Street Residence by LSarc

November 6, 2009

San Francisco architects LSarc sent us photos of the Laidley Street residence they’ve designed.

Full description after the photos….

The Laidley Street Residence by LSarc

Completed in 2002, this new home in San Francisco is conceived as a series of interlocking forms, stepping up the hill and out of the earth to become a transparent glass form bound by the planar structure. This linear language informs the details throughout, appearing in the plan, elevations and custom furniture design.  The street level entry opens to a sculpture court where an open, steel and concrete stairway leads to a terrace and the formal front door.  All three living levels enjoy panoramic views of the city from the front and the serenity of a Japanese inspired garden to the rear.

In collaboration with Tom John, Interiors.
Ken Gutmaker, Photography

Visit the LSarc website – here.