27 Jan '16, 6pm
Mid-century home by Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice receives an earth-friendly upgrade
appears to be little more than a quaint, plain, and well-kept residence in the heart of Redwood City, California. But to know its history and to step inside provides a totally new perspective. Originally designed by Ellis Jacobs, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright, the house gained new owners who wished to update the rough, industrial feel into a more sleek and modern atmosphere. With the help of Klopf Architecture , Outer Space Landscape Architects , and Flegels Construction they were able to create something remarkable.