It’s the pride of Mullen Street – this modern narrow home design in Bernal Heights, San Francisco combines earthy elements with cool, contemporary details in what have been described by Architect Craig Steely as “a San Francisco house where the main ideas expressed are transparency, sunlight, and a direct connection to nature.” The slim, tall profile comes clad in a natural-finish wood. Interiors are sunlit via expansive windows. But this home’s connection runs deeper than its warm, woody facade, sliding glass doors, balconies and outdoor living spaces. This innovative modern house is also Earth-friendly, designed with features like photovoltaic panels, a sod roof, and the piece de resistance – a 25-ft. bamboo tree growing through the center of the house. Architect Craig Steely.