147 Laidley was designed and built by the Architect owners, Jim Zack and Lise de Vito, and they now occupy it along with their two children.
The house is a contemporary single family residence located on a typical 25 ft x 100 ft San Francisco infill lot.
With just over 3,000 sq ft, three + bedrooms, three bathrooms and an open plan living floor with dramatic views of the City, the Bay and the Bay Bridge, this urban house is beautifully executed.
Elaine Cecconi of architectural firm Cecconi Simone found inspiration in the utilitarian lines of warehouses and factories to design this modern infill residence known as 6a Brockton House, in Toronto, Canada.
Set in the heart of Brockton Village, this 4,000 square foot four story house represents the highest standards of urban infill.
Discretely tucked away along a quiet residential lane, the home affords every amenity in a sleek and utterly unique structure detailed with the finest attention to materials