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Jackson Penthouse / Roof Deck, San Francisco contemporary-entry

Jackson Penthouse / Roof Deck, San Francisco

This 1925 Jackson street penthouse boasts 2,600 square feet with an additional 1,000 square foot roof deck. Having only been remodeled a few times the space suffered from an outdated, wall heavy floor plan. Updating the flow was critical to the success of this project. An enclosed kitchen was opened up to become the hub for gathering and entertaining while an antiquated closet was relocated for a sumptuous master bath. The necessity for roof access to the additional outdoor living space allowed for the introduction of a spiral staircase. The sculptural stairs provide a source for natural light and yet another focal point.

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September 26, 2013
Kristen Lee wrote:
What material is the wood siding and what size boards used. TY
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Hi Kristen, thanks for the inquiry. We custom designed the layout using Ipe Wood laid out in a "random" pattern. Various size boards - 2x4's, 2x6's and 2x8's all with a 1/2" spacer.
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