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2011 San Francisco Living: AIA Home Tours Lineup (And Challenge)

2011 San Francisco Living: AIA Home Tours Lineup (And Challenge)

While we don’t believe it has officially been announced, it’s a plugged-in tipster that notes the AIA’s 2011 San Francisco Living: Home Tours lineup is now online. The list of featured properties and architects (that’s the “Hill Street Residence” pictured above): Noe Vista (Kennerly Architecture & Planning) Harrison Street... Read More »

Green Apples-To-Apples At 520 Clipper

Green Apples-To-Apples At 520 Clipper

We liked it in 2006 when the John Maniscalco designed Noe property at 520 Clipper sold for $2,150,000. And now, five years later, what was then billed as the “Greenest Home in San Francisco” is back on the market and listed for $2,075,000. Read More »

Going Green (And Modern) In The Mission: 22nd And Valencia

Going Green (And Modern) In The Mission: 22nd And Valencia

Another “Green” building by LORAX Development (and design by John Maniscalco) is about to hit the market. This time it’s the long awaited condo development at 22nd and Valencia. Two of our favorite green features: a “living roof” and “siding from reclaimed olive oil barrels.” And yes, pricing and... Read More »

Cube House: A Modern Victorian (And Inspiration)

Cube House: A Modern Victorian (And Inspiration)

If you missed it on the AIA home tour, at least you can still see it in print pixels. “The house now has an open-to-the-sky, two-story atrium surrounded by open-plan rooms, and the design echoes the interior gardens of 1950s Eichler homes, which in turn were inspired by Japanese-... Read More »

A Week of Atonement

A Week of Atonement

So we mange to wax poetic (“stunning – from the design, to the finishes, to the views”) about the new “Green” house at 520 Clipper. We give accolades to the builder (Lorax Development) and even point out the broker (Brown & Co.). The only person we forget to mention?... Read More »