Architecture, interior design

Modern wooden house in San Francisco by Quezada Architecture

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco

The company specializes in national and international project types including real estate, residential, entertainment, non-profit, commercial, catering, financial, high-tech and public sectors. Quezada architecture has been involved in massive projects including projects for LucasArts and Microsoft. Experience plays an important role when it comes to projects like this, which involve more than just simple design ideas.

Modern wooden house

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco terrace

That modern wooden house is located in a green hilly landscape with pure air and a wonderful landscape opportunity. That Woodhouse has large open double entrance doors and a modern, yet “homely” interior. The house has an old and classic rural look with its natural wood panels. The inside of the house is colored in a rainbow of wood tones such as red, lavender, honey and yellow, while the wooden facade has the typical rustic look.

Wood gives warmth in the atmosphere

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco - stairs

Stone floors provide a nice contrast to the warm wood panels, while glass walls offer residents a breathtaking view of the forest. The minimalist kitchen space is sleek and simple, as are the other areas of the house – clean bathrooms and metal sinks – among other things. There is also a simple wooden porch. The design of this hillside house also features an outdoor living room.

Modern wooden house in San Francisco by Quezada Architecture

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco -sofa

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco door

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco table

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco interior design

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco bathroom

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco living room

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco kitchen

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco dining room

Modern wooden architecture in San Francisco - stone