I just stumbled across photos of San Francisco- and Hawaii-based architect Craig Steely's home and office in San Fran's The Castro, and I'm absolutely floored. "Beaver Street Reprise," as he calls it, is an unequivocally modern house in a predominantly Victorian neighborhood. It's divided into a first-floor apartment, second-floor offices for Craig Steely Architecture, and a third-floor, split-level living area that opens to a deck with a sod roof and a hanging fireplace.
The minimalist interiors are outfitted with cush Ligne Roset sofas, Eames rocking chairs, vertical bookcases, an Arco floor lamp, a Saarinen dining table, and nearly every other design icon on a modernist's wish list. While it's hard to choose which element I love the most, I must say the wood herringbone pattern kitchen cabinetry definitely deserves a nomination for pièce de résistance.
Take the full tour below. Wouldn't you kill to call this your office? Tell me what room is your favorite in the comments!