A 1972 David Boone design proved to be the perfect site for Primo Orpilla and Verda Alexander, principals of San Francisco interior design consultancy Studio O+A
. The sprawling 2,8000-square-foot modern house
perched on a hillside in Orinda, California, includes two separate sections: one for living and one for working. The interior features an eclectic mix of design classics and contemporary pieces in bright and airy rooms capped with a redwood-clad ceiling. In the studio space
is a visual pandemonium of colorful photographs, architectural models, art supplies, and bric-a-brac. Photo by Noah Webb.
This originally appeared in Undivided Intentions