Twin Peaks Residence by Feldman Architecture

Before & After: This San Francisco Dwelling Feels Like a Japanese Ski Cabin

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The home now has new windows, cedar siding, and an upper deck made of wood-capped steel. Theobald also plastered the bottom floor. "The exposed concrete columns had seams that wrapped around them and looked like paper towels," she says. There was originally no front entryway, so the mason created stairs out of chiseled basalt, matching the backyard stairs and retention walls.