The perfect house for the basic under-40 billionaire, with a glorious, glass-bottomed pool that almost defies description.

With a nod to the mid-century Usonian houses of Frank Lloyd Wright, using materials the master could only dream of, in an incomparable setting.

A paragon of family-friendly design paired with environmentally conscious construction– plus a sleek, sophisticated nod to the Brutalist architecture of the ‘70s.

Tucked behind a warm but austere facade, this impeccable new dwelling comes with both outstanding design qualities and magnificent views.

Architect John Lum and SF Modern collaborated on this wonderful modern house, giving it an extravagant and highly-finished palette of natural materials. Open Sunday, September 17 from 2:00pm-4:00pm.

Completely contemporary but with a glance back to Mid-Century design, this new 3-level home on a small lot is fresh, private and bright.

This spectacular new home designed by Richard Swatt of Swatt-Meirs Architects– in one of the Bay Area’s most coveted zip codes– is designed to be extended-family friendly.

The famed Los Angeles jeweler tries his hand a new kind of property development and the results are inspiring. Plus there’s an open house on Sunday June 11, 2:00pm-4:00pm.

The Venice designer’s latest project is the kind of home you’ll never want to leave.

Built under the direction of realtor/designer/tastemaker Rusty Wadatz, this new house hits all the right notes, and includes an older cottage/guest house. Open on Sunday, April 9 from 2:00pm-4:00pm.

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