Teaming with Snaidero of Italy, we built this wonderfully Mediterranean space overlooking San Francisco. With details from the 48â€³ hand crafted marble sink to the Gaggenau diamond shaped glass ceran cooktop, this kitchen is a seamless pairing of a traditional look with modern features.
Architect/Designer: Snaidero of Italy
San Francisco Penthouse Kitchen
Working with Arclinea of San Francisco, we brought our client’s kitchen design into the present. Incorporating the Gaggenau glass ceran cook-top and built in refrigerators elevates the cooking experience to new heights as well.
Architect/Designer: Arclinea of San Francisco
Noe Valley Kitchen & Bathroom
Enhancing the traditional styling of this homeâ€™s interior while providing features worthy of a chef was the objective with this kitchen and guest bathroom remodal. From the original douglas fur floors to the La Cornue stove, we met this goal in every detail.
Russian Hill Kitchen
This kitchen, on the tenth floor of a Russian Hill high-rise required a complete floor plan change. In addition, we included a stacked washer & dryer off the kitchen in a sound dampened closet.
San Francisco Marina Flat
This project involved a complete remodel of the kitchen, master bath, and guest bath resulting in a clean look and efficient work space in the kitchen, and a bright feel with spa like attributes in the bathrooms.
Pacific Heights Kitchen
Removing a wall between the kitchen and dining room is an ideal solution to open a small kitchen. This client has a passion for wine so the bar top, built-in wine cooler, and custom glass shelving system provides for a functional and stylish space in which to entertain guests.
San Francisco Master Bath
This client wanted a sleek, modern look so we designed under-mount clear glass sinks on a custom concrete counter, complemented with matching walnut doors, cabinets, & medicine cabinet frames. The installation of two skylights brought in much-needed natural light.
Architect/Designer: Walter Grey – Aspect Design Build
Corte Madera Master Bath
Moving the vanity from the interior to the exterior wall allowed for a greater sense of space and the use of natural light as task lighting during the day.