Features include walls of glass with views, built-in cabinetry, and a purist approach to details
32nd Street has three bedrooms, three / half baths, with sunny interiors and indoor-outdoor access points in nearly every room. Defining character features include a cantilevered roof to create living space out of thin air, sliding glass walls, white oak paneling, copious built-in cabinetry, and a striking wooden screen handcrafted by artist Miki Iwasaki.
The property is located on the edge of South Park, situated on “Treasure Hill” surrounded by 32nd street canyon with urban hiking and “a bird’s eye view of San Miguel Mountain.” walking distance to local fare including Kindred and Buona Forchetta.
The home was expanded and extensively renovated in collaboration with award-winning architect Lloyd Russell. The kitchen, dining, and living areas occupy one volume of the house and can be opened to the outdoors and a verdant garden of drought-tolerant greenery.
The interior includes kitchen appliances by Sub-Zero, Miele gas cooktop, wok and convection cooking. The bathrooms include custom cabinetry, soaking tubs, Dornbracht fixtures, and Duravit wall-mounted toilets.
Photography by Tomoko H. Matsubayashi