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American Institute of Architects hosted its 9th annual San Francisco Living: Home Tours as part of the Architecture and the City Festival. The theme this year was “Architecture of Consequence”. Each home on the tour demonstrated how progressive
 
American Institute of Architects hosted its 9th annual San Francisco Living: Home Tours as part of the Architecture and the City Festival. The theme this year was “Architecture of Consequence”. Each home on the tour demonstrated how progressive design and creative problem solving can address society’s current challenges and lead to a more sustainable future. First stop on the tour was the Hill Street Residence, a small single family residence originally built in the 1970's on a steeply sloping site in Dolores Heights.

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  1. Grandkids5 October 1, 2014 at 8:52 pm

    Love the renovation. We live in Monterey and would like to know what kind of windows were used. Our house is MCM and are ready to extend our kitchen and master bathroom. Would really appreciate an answer from you.
    Thanks
    Melanie Ezekiel. Email meezeek@gmail.com

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