This building was inspired by a recent trip to San Francisco. I've always wanted to build bay windows in this scale and had tinkered with them in the past. I am pleased with the way they came out. The tree's are an add-on. One thing that strikes me about many streets in San Francisco is that many are tree-less due to the number of automobile garages on street level.
You've really captured the essence of that architectural period. The roofline is especially nice. Building on a slope indicates that you were paying attention when in SF since so many of the structures are on hills. SF is "traditionally" thought of as the city on seven hills, but anyone who has been there knows there are many more. Your snot-built windows give an aged look to the glass. Really a beautiful and inspiring build, and detailed as usual!
Wow Jonathan, this is a beautiful building. I love every detail of it, especially the oriel windows, the eaves and the trees. Very nice that you built it on a slope. This makes it more realistic. Excellent work!!