Where form meets function

Built deep into the San Francisco foothills is The Turner Residence—a stunning combination of classic art deco and modern minimalist architecture. Designed by Jensen Architects for a graphic designer, the residence uses quadrilateral shapes of all sizes to create a living space that’s at once booth indoor and outdoor. Perhaps the most intriguing decision is the master bedroom, which features an entire retractable wall, allowing unspoiled, open views directly from the bed itself. Elsewhere the open-plan living and kitchen area look out onto Mount Tamalpais on one side and the pool on the other. That’s not a bad place to be, if you ask us…

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