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Potrero Hill Residence

A faded family residence is reworked with a warm contemporary aesthetic for chic, modern living and maximized views.

First ImpressionsA worn and dated home situated on a prominent lot falling out of place amidst an up and coming neighborhood.
ObjectivesBreathe life back into the property using modern, warm materials and a minimalist touch custom fitted to the owner’s tastes.
ResultThoughtfully detailed and appointed with rich materials, the design is a perfect backdrop for a comfortable modern lifestyle.
  • Potrero Hill, San Francisco
  • Residential
  • Single family home
  • 3,000 s.f.

OUR SOLUTIONS

Functional aesthetics

Bold, distinctive cabinetry and custom steel shelving create interesting visual appeal and functional support for the day-to-day routines of life.

A steel inset conceals a landing zone for keys and phone charger.

Material as décor

Richly veined marbles, textured stone tiles, varying wood grains, and custom steel accents provide visual interest and warmth to the home.

The bar's marble backsplash provides movement and liveliness.

Refreshed exterior

Utilizing a mixture of materials and select lighting effects, a once bland monolith is transformed to an unmistakably warm and approachable home.

A modern board & batten base elevates the home, placing it on a perch.

Pools of light and native landscaping create a welcoming entry.

THE RESULT

Custom designed to support the Spartan lifestyle of a discerning owner, this once dated home was fully reimagined into a one-of-a -kind warm and inviting sanctuary. Bold and distinctive materials, together with subtle but intentioned design elements, create a functional and stunning home which is both understated in style and rich in detail.

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