Berkeley-based Terry & Terry Architecture (founded by brothers Alex and Ivan Terry) is adept at reconfiguring Bay Area 1960s-era modernist boxes into light-filled pavilions with graceful indoor/outdoor flow (a feature that can be strangely absent in San Francisco midcentury houses). To see more of the firm's work, go to Terry & Terry Architecture.
Above: The reimagined exterior of the Diamond house in San Francisco.
Above: Walls of concrete contrast with rustic wood floors and ceilings.
Above: The indoors and outdoors are merged, divided by a glass wall.
Above: A Western red cedar-clad ceiling contrasts with the concrete wall.
Above: Slanting light animates the tiled bath.
Above: The rooftop deck offers sweeping views of the city.