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The blue bathroom tiles were inspired by a “Corbusian use of color,” according to the architect, and take advantage of...
View of the steel pulley system from upstairs.
The pair painted the upstairs master bedroom white, and added a G55 sling chair and leather baskets from their recent...
Steven and Tata relax in their living room. “The house has always been deemed the ‘great escape,’” says Steven.
Warm and casual furniture is favored in the courtyard.
Designer Jeff Sand’s Universal Chairs combine his love for classic French café chairs with an appreciation for “the...
The renovation was designed to preserve and call attention to the angular pattern of the crisscrossing concrete ceiling...
The exterior mixes pale gray wood on the vertical volume, and fiber cement and black brick on the horiztonal volume.
The Imhoffs vaulted the ceiling in their living room, dispensing with the old attic and carving out skylights to draw...
Light streams into the bedroom through walls of floor-to-ceiling glass.
The addition references the main house in materiality and function.
In the master bedroom, a small, cramped closet was replaced with a wardrobe that is partially obscured by a slatted...
In the upper-level bathroom, tiles painstakingly fired by DeSimio cover the walls and ceiling.
Numerous renovations left the 1930s apartment dark, cramped, and confused, a space searching for a strong personality.
“The most challenging part of the design was fusing the old part of the house with the new addition,” says principal...
The duo added custom redwood cabinetry on the dining area side.
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