View from kitchen looking towards living room showing sliding panel wall system that closes off the den area when desired

PROJECT INFO:  location: SAN FRANCISCO, CA    /    program: CONDO    /    size: 1,900 SF    /    role: SBD PROJECT    /     contractor: 38 Degrees North Latitude Builders    /    status: COMPLETED SUMMER 2017

View of living room with dining and kitchen beyond

Embarcadero Condo is 1,900 square-foot extensive condo remodel in a 7th floor 2-bedroom unit in San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill neighborhood. The design called for a complete gut of the existing outdated plan layout and material palette. Re-imagining the unit that was made especially a challenge by the existing low ceilings and small rooms. By removing a wall between the kitchen and dining room, utilizing room divider sliding door systems and shallow linear lighting solutions, the design was able open the spaces and create light-filled rooms that capitalize on the views of the Bay Bridge and Alcatraz Island. The White Oak built-ins with recessed cove lighting above create a continuous directional flow from the entry into the living room space and includes a sliding panel that allows the plasma television to be hidden when not in use.

 

View showing living room built-ins with closed tv sliding panel with of Alcatraz Island in the background

 

View showing living room built-ins with tv sliding panel open

 

View of new kitchen showing the openness created by removing the existing wall between the dining room and kitchen

 

Photos of master and guest bathrooms

 

Photos of existing unit and construction progress prior to completion

 

Renderings created during the design process