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2 full, 2 half

[ 5,418 ] SQ. FT.
Per tax record

[ 2,339 ] SF LOT

Have you ever dreamt of living within an artist’s composition? The award-winning Gallery House presents itself as that single, once-in-a-lifetime, opportunity. Strategically merging the lush tree canopy of South Park below with a curated set of contemporary facades, this masterful residence exudes a fresh breath of architectural formation. Acclaimed architects Zoe Prillinger and Luke Ogrydziak tactfully designed this home in a fashion that perpetually astonishes its inhabitant.


Successfully gaining awards such as the 2010 Architectural Merit Award and the 2011 Architectural Honor Award from the AIA California Design Awards and AIA San Francisco Design Awards respectively, the Gallery House is the epitome of an architectural gem. Featured in an extensive array of publications such as The New Urban House (Yale), The Contemporary House (Thames & Hudson) and the New York Times T Magazine, the Gallery House never ceases to amaze.


Through the inception of intersecting steel angles and towering glass, the park-facing facade eloquently fuses to the glass-faced commercial space beneath. An onyx entrance leads directly into the home’s central level. Immediate floor-to-ceiling windows graciously light the interior, elegant angles and structure deviate the eye and dignified design lingers throughout. Towering ceilings grasp around the extensive library, monumental steel staircase and luscious poured concrete floors.


Adjacent to the primary living space, a calculated wine cellar and eloquent guest lavatory camouflage into the Gallery House’s variety of built-ins. The cutting-edge chef’s kitchen flanks the living space, clad in a wealth of ultramodern finishes and profound accents. Not a single detail untouched, the commodious formal dining space advances through the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass windows to establish an unmatched indoor-outdoor experience. Additional world-class viewpoints begin to unsheathe as the San Francisco skyline glares through the soaring windows.


The Gallery House proceeds to impress while approaching the third-level living quarters. Consisting of three ultra-expansive bedrooms and two gallant bathrooms to match, the truly unique design of this residence solidifies itself. Ingeniously crafted to suit any lifestyle, each bedroom can be utilized, or secluded via pocket doors, for a variety of necessities and pleasures. Incomparable views of the skyline above and South Park below lend themselves to the imposing glass windows on either side of the living quarters.


Arguably considered the crown of the Gallery House, the home’s final level unfolds into a lush rooftop patio and a one-of-a-kind mathematically organic sculpture garden. Easily reachable through the home’s exclusive four-level elevator, the garden getaway is perpetually seconds away. Obsidian tones and contrasting elements find themselves in a perfect harmony amongst each and every level of this South Park masterpiece.


If you’re looking for a home that will deliberately continue to inspire, this is it. Find endless respite within the walls, or wander for exterior inspiration through the nearby Embarcadero, Ferry Building, Union Square and the finest restaurants and boutiques that the city has to offer. The search is over. Welcome to 70 South Park, The Gallery House.

This residence also includes a ground floor, fully-leased, commercial office space.


Zoe Prillinger & Luke Ogrydziak


2010, AIA California Design Awards, Architecture Merit Award

2011, AIA San Francisco Design Awards, Architecture Honor Award



Arch Daily / OPA / World Architects / New York Times

Additional Publications:

Lydia Lee, “Random Acts of Architecture,” Metropolis, July/August, 2010, cover, 58-63, 83

Bryant Rousseau, “Gallery House: A Home for Art,” Architectural Record TV, February, 2010

Helen Yao, ed., “Gallery House,” Interior Design China, June, 2010, 104-11 

Jean-Michel de Alberti, “San Francisco: Une Energie Fertile,” Ideat 7 (2010), 241, 252

John King, “Positive Changes in San Francisco and Environs,” San Francisco Chronicle, December 21, 2010, cover, Arts cover

Christopher Hawthorne, “Gallery House,” Häuser 12 (2011), 5, 92-97

Mary Jo Bowling, “AIA SF Awards for Architecture,” California Home and Design 5 (2011), 112

Susan Lowry and Nancy Berner, Private Gardens of the Bay Area (New York: The Monacelli Press, 2017)

Jonathan Bell and Ellie Stathaki, The Contemporary House (London: Thames & Hudson, 2019), 36-39














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