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issue 45 - August/September 2018
CURVE magazine cover August/September 2018
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Architectural Sculpture in a San Francisco Home

This view home was carefully created for a San Francisco entrepreneur. This is his first residence and he worked avidly with the design team while also becoming cultivated in architecture and design. The design team consisted of CCS Architecture and Subject to Change. Architecturally, the building is designed to capture the views, bring in the daylight, and establish a sense of calm through simplicity and open space.

The main living space is on the fourth floor and opens up on both ends with the living room and city views at one end and the kitchen to the terraced yard at the other. Within this main space are three notable design elements: the floating fireplace wall, the polished stainless steel ceiling over the dining table, and the steel / glass / wood staircase, which drops down through all of the floors and acts as a vertical counterpoint.

Overall, it's restrained white minimalism balanced with wood, color, and the city beyond. The third floor is home to the study, music room, and master suite. The master bathroom has floors and walls of carefully selected and matched Carrara marble slabs that are contrasted with dark fixtures to evoke a spa. The second floor has a guest suite and the media lounge. Wide plank reclaimed Douglas Fir floors are in most rooms and the stairs, where it combines with blackened steel and glass.

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