As the man responsible for Apple‘s slick design language, Sir Jonathan Ive certainly knows a thing or two about good design, and one look at his stunning $17 million USD home in San Francisco and it’s evident that his taste extends to property. Located in California’s Gold Coast neighborhood, the five-storey house overlooks San Francisco Bay’s Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island and spans over 7,274 square feet. A marked contrast to the Senior Vice President of Design’s minimalist approach to Apple’s designs, the home features traditional furnishings, with oak-paneled walls and quaint detailing taking on the library, living room, kitchen, dining room and four bedrooms. Built in 1920 and designed by local architect Willis Polk, the house is touted as one of the most historically significant properties in the area. Enjoy the images here and share your thoughts with us below.
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