Architect Visit: Klopf Architecture in San Francisco by

Issue 36 · Best in Kitchen · September 5, 2011

Architect Visit: Klopf Architecture in San Francisco

Issue 36 · Best in Kitchen · September 5, 2011

San Francisco-based John Klopf (a member of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory) is known for his respectful remodels of Eichlers and other modernist homes in the Bay Area. Case in point: this midcentury hillside home overlooking the Golden Gate Park panhandle, which Klopf updated with modern materials and colors. For more information, go to Klopf Architecture.

Klopf Architecture San Francisco Eichler Mid-Century

Above: Klopf painted the front door red and widened the second-story deck. The red door acts as an accent against the neutral palette and hints at more to come.

Klopf Architecture San Francisco Eichler Mid-Century

Above: Klopf painted the front door red and paneled the overhang in natural wood.

Klopf Architecture San Francisco Eichler Mid-Century

Above: The living/dining area features grass wall covering and raw steel Tolix chairs.

Klopf Architecture San Francisco Eichler Mid-Century

Above: The living room features exposed post-and-beam construction and tongue-and-groove ceilings

Klopf Architecture San Francisco Eichler Mid-Century

Above: A reflective gray glass wall enhances the feel of space.

Klopf Architecture San Francisco Eichler Mid-Century

Above: Wood cabinetry adds warmth to the master bathroom.

Photography by Mariko Reed.



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