7388 Hedley Avenue,
Canada V5E 2P9
Designed by Stanley Saitowitz of Natoma Architects, this engineering and architectural masterpiece is a one-of-a-kind residence made from the highest level of architectural formed concrete, glass, and steel. The home comprises two “L” shaped forms that balance on top of one another, creating courts and overhangs that define the indoor and outdoor spaces with bridges and two floating cantilevers, each spanning 23 feet.
Created as much for the terrain as for privacy, the walls facing the street are primarily solid with strategically placed glass, allowing natural light to brighten the space. On the sides away from the street, the walls are made entirely of glass, offering maximum enjoyment of the far-reaching views out to the San Francisco skyline
Architectural lighting is a signature of the home, beginning with a dazzling display from perforations in the front canopy to the interior reveals atop walls and the purposefully placed uplighting beneath the floating stairs.
View project here.