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Transforming the rear of the house is something more often found in a high-rise building—a curtain wall that Fougeron and the team hung from the third floor. “It’s actually very complicated to make the field glazing look simple and minimal,” says the architect. Piero Lissoni’s Metallico table for Porro anchors the dining area, while built-in cabinetry offers ample storage. The main living area was created from what was once a basement behind the garage. Limestone floors inside and out unify the living spaces. Tagged: Dining Room, Pendant Lighting, Table, Chair, Limestone Floor, and Shelves.  Photo 12 of 16 in After a Renovation, a Classic San Francisco Victorian Is Now Bursting With Light and Color
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