Commanding panoramic views from an advantageous point on Mount Sutro, 150 Glenbrook Avenue holds the iconic and singular position of San Francisco’s highest private residence above sea level. Atop one of the city’s famed seven hills can be found an alchemy of site and design from the groundbreaking studio of John Maniscalco Architecture. An interplay of hand selected materials and ever-changing natural light creates an enchanting series of visual moments throughout the day and into the evening twilight. Signaling the work of a creative master and a confident step forward in the historic lineage of Bay Area modernist architects, 150 Glenbrook captures a moment in time for San Francisco’s architectural design.
“150 Glenbrook captures a moment in time of contemporary San Francisco architectural design.
The house belongs to Tom Buttgenbach and his partner Sean Leffers, who designed the stunning interior of the home. We had the pleasure of partnering with Sean Leffers Interiors to help furnish this architectural gem with the appropriate products which spanned from living room to dining room and bedroom to outdoor.
All photography by Jacob Elliot