A Craftsman Bungalow in San Francisco Gets a Striking, All-Glass Rear Facade

A Craftsman Bungalow in San Francisco Gets a Striking, All-Glass Rear Facade

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
An unassuming 1906 Craftsman in Noe Valley hides a three-story, steel-and-glass facade from view.

The traditional facade of this Craftsman home in San Francisco’s Noe Valley doesn’t give away its industrial-inspired interiors and the ultra-modern, glass rear facade. Originally built in 1906, the Valley Street Project was completely reimagined by architect Ross Levy and architect and interior designer Kevin Hackett for a tech entrepreneur, a community organizer, and their two children.

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