San Francisco Contemporary
This 3,600 sq ft apartment is located on the 10th floor of a Pacific Heights highrise, built in the 1950s. It serves as a San Francisco pied-a-terre for a young family with two children. We gutted the entire residence, in order to improve the flow and take maximum advantage of the spectacular views and abundant light. Simple but strong moldings were installed to give the rooms a current and contemporary feel and installed mirrors on the living room walls to double the space. The outdoor views are complemented by the use of natural materials throughout such as walnut floors, a sycamore vestibule, and a wood onyx wall in the living room. The apartment’s singular style is further epitomized by a unique art collection, including some important Bay Area figurative artists.
INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE: Tucker & Marks
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