We restored Richard Neutra’s “Darling House”, including signature built-in custom cabinetry throughout. Most homeowners would have replaced everything with soft-close cabinetry. Our clients are a rare breed: dedicated to preserving a museum-worthy residence for generations to come.
The Darling House was one of the first International Style houses in San Francisco. The stacked series of cubic volumes and steel ribbon windows contrast with the more traditional architecture of the surrounding neighborhood. The home is wood-sheathed, three-bedroom and one-and-a-half baths over two stories and 1,964 square feet.
*Photos: Neutra “Darling House” restoration and portrait of modernist architect Richard Neutra, one of the most influential architects of the twentieth century. He helped define modernism around the world. By Beckner Contracting & Management, Inc.