ASID San Diego Design Excellence Award Winner
The conversion of a 1940’s utilitarian bayside structure into a cutting-edge residence required a sympathetic collaboration with the Owner/contractor and the Architect. The house is small but feels large, blends the interior and the exterior, the straight and the curved, the warm and the cool. We consulted on most aspects of the design including lighting and materials and provided detailed drawings of the very sleek built-in woodwork and furniture.
For this near tear-down remodel we designed the architectural changes, specified interior materials and finishes, and selected/designed the furniture. The original 2100 sq ft. plain late 50’s house was enlarged extensively and reconfigured to encompass a new 2800 sq ft home with an open floor plan and soaring great room. We added a new kitchen wing, expanded the living area into the rear patio, and added a spiral staircase which leads to a media room and wine room in the former basement.
For this new construction contemporary residence, we were charged with the task of space planning the interior floor plan, designing the master bath and kitchen, and selecting materials and lighting. They wanted an open feel and lots of daylight on this hillside lot. We provided striking solutions befitting the large scale of the interior.