A brilliantly designed home in San Francisco's Cow Hollow neighborhood is for sale for a discounted price of $8,950,000. The original price of $9,250,000 has dropped a bit since it's listing began, but the concrete and stainless steel home is a delectable treat for those who appreciate fine architecture.
The digs at 2555 Union, San Francisco was designed by the legendary and award winning Stanley Saitowitz. Saitowitz is known worldwide for his work in private residences, public and commercial spaces, and religious architecture most notably the Holocaust Memorial in Boston.
Saitowitz uses principles of early modern architecture with the materials, techniques and sensibilities of the 21st century such as his stainless steel metal work.
Custom stainless steel fabrication is seen throughout the house as well as concrete and glass work. From the toilets to the stainless steel elevators, the metal theme is seen throughout the home.
Saitowitz' modernist aesthetic is seen in the unified slick metalwork that can be found in most of his projects.