5000 sq ft AWARD WINNING HI TECH HOME FOR SALE IN SAN FRANCISCO
Recently featured on the cover of Metropolitan Home Magazine, the Fougeron Tehama Grasshopper house in San Francisco CA is a bold combination of old and new elements including concrete, steel, glass, wood and marble.
A light filled interior courtyard connects the building to the new penthouse above. The first floor is a warehouse and includes the garage and Fugeron’s studio.
The second floor has been described as concrete and steel with grey and white accents, and the top floor as white, bright and airy. Some call it “The Glass Box as what is inside is clearly visible and even the bathrooms have glass walls. It has been described as both modern and minimal.
Another described it as post-industrial conversion or post-modern saying the reuse of space combining industrial with residential also make it minimalist. All vantage points offer beautiful city views.
Walk to San Francisco’s famous Downtown with museums, shops and restaurants. The modern masterpiece is the recipient of a national AIA Institute Honor Award and Fougeron’s designs have received many other awards as well including 2008 Best Architecture from Home & Garden.
Architect Anne Fougeron designed the 6100 sq ft Ingleside Branch Library with an egg-shaped children’s room, mahogany framed study nooks and a roof above the entrance.
According to Architecture Week’s Directory, Fougeron Architecture, a nationally recognized design firm, focuses on single and multi family residences, Mixed-Use, Commercial, Civic and Healthcare Projects and is located in San Francsico. The property is listed for $4,128,000.