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Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
A Deck with a View
Ideabooks35
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This tri-level deck for grand entertaining was commissioned by a San Francisco designer. He had worked with us before and knew we would bring a sense of coherence and style to this project while handling the complexities of existing retaining walls and an abrupt and unpredictable downhill slope. Crisply
create more visual unity with the rest of the house. To add a little magic and create a sense of openness between the master bedroom and the stair we designed a six foot wide pivoting door which we clad in leather over magnetic metal, resulting in an expressive wall that could also be used as a personal
“6/30/14” — denise345
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
A Deck with a View
Ideabooks55
Questions0
This tri-level deck for grand entertaining was commissioned by a San Francisco designer. He had worked with us before and knew we would bring a sense of coherence and style to this project while handling the complexities of existing retaining walls and an abrupt and unpredictable downhill slope. Crisply
create more visual unity with the rest of the house. To add a little magic and create a sense of openness between the master bedroom and the stair we designed a six foot wide pivoting door which we clad in leather over magnetic metal, resulting in an expressive wall that could also be used as a personal
“Pergola” — tinknflip
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
A Deck with a View
Ideabooks27
Questions0
This tri-level deck for grand entertaining was commissioned by a San Francisco designer. He had worked with us before and knew we would bring a sense of coherence and style to this project while handling the complexities of existing retaining walls and an abrupt and unpredictable downhill slope. Crisply
create more visual unity with the rest of the house. To add a little magic and create a sense of openness between the master bedroom and the stair we designed a six foot wide pivoting door which we clad in leather over magnetic metal, resulting in an expressive wall that could also be used as a personal
“Stairs” — alexisally98
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
A Deck with a View
Ideabooks58
Questions0
This tri-level deck for grand entertaining was commissioned by a San Francisco designer. He had worked with us before and knew we would bring a sense of coherence and style to this project while handling the complexities of existing retaining walls and an abrupt and unpredictable downhill slope. Crisply
create more visual unity with the rest of the house. To add a little magic and create a sense of openness between the master bedroom and the stair we designed a six foot wide pivoting door which we clad in leather over magnetic metal, resulting in an expressive wall that could also be used as a personal
“try seven stories” — Kayla Weigle
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
A Deck with a View
Ideabooks26
Questions0
This tri-level deck for grand entertaining was commissioned by a San Francisco designer. He had worked with us before and knew we would bring a sense of coherence and style to this project while handling the complexities of existing retaining walls and an abrupt and unpredictable downhill slope. Crisply
create more visual unity with the rest of the house. To add a little magic and create a sense of openness between the master bedroom and the stair we designed a six foot wide pivoting door which we clad in leather over magnetic metal, resulting in an expressive wall that could also be used as a personal
“Escalera para segundo piso terraza” — mgutierrezc
Winder Gibson Architects
Buena Vista House Bathroom
Ideabooks191
Questions0
This new hillside home above the Castro in San Francisco was designed to act as a filter from the peaceful tress-lined street through to the panoramic view of the city and bay. A carefully developed rhythm structures the building, directing the visitor through the home with mounting drama. Each room
to the decks and view. Custom vine-like wrought-iron railing provide a counterpoint to the pure geometry of the rooms. Featured: California Home & Design magazine.
“Sunken custom tub” — cjcogswell
Stile Pavimenti Legno Spa
ATEL Capital Group
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Stilnovo Multiplo Rovere for ATEL Capital Group at Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco. Design by ASD.
Stile Pavimenti Legno Spa
ATEL Capital Group
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Stilnovo Multiplo Rovere for ATEL Capital Group at Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco. Design by ASD.
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