Space in San Francisco is always at a premium, especially extra yard space around your home. How can you have clever designs, fascinating fixtures, and a house that inspires awe in a smaller space? You could call architect Craig Steely and let him loose on your house like one San Francisco family did. They ended up with a home with a garage door built from wooden slats that folds up on itself, almost appearing ready to take a bite out of anyone nearby as it opens and closes. You would have incredible windows that pivot and wooden louvers that disappear and reappear magically.
The home is packed with small twists and technological ideas that save space, create intrigue, and make the house one of the most talked about in the area.