This 1960s modern home in San Bruno, California, wasn’t always so glamorous and bright. Its previous owner covered over the walls of glass with plywood and installed a massive awning at the rear of the house. The interior was largely was cut off from light and the outdoors.
With the help of Klopf Architecture, the new owners were able to extract the home’s true potential. Approaching the house, you pass by the wood and grey exterior, walk down a concrete path surrounded by rock gardens, and you’re able to admire the mini courtyards within. The interior boasts bright colors and ample light thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows. And, nearly every room provides a connection to the outdoors, which has been manicured by landscaping company, Growsgreen.
Clean, simple, and ultra modern, this remodel serves as the perfect setting for two professionals and their young son.