Stacked high in San Francisco's Noe Valley, the Remember House is a modern approach to vertical circulation. The structure stands four stories tall. To add fluidity to the interior, the home is arranged around a central spine. Double-height living spaces run into the level above, creating a natural connection between floors and a spacious atmosphere. It's finished with an all-white palette to establish a gallery-like aesthetic that allows the furniture, decor, and views of the cityscape to be the focal point.
Photos: Joe Fletcher / Edmonds + Lee Architects