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Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
Woven for privacy only
Barton Creek Residence
Given a challenging lot configuration and topography, along with privacy issues, we had to get creative in designing this home. The home is divided into four basic living zones: private owner’s suite, informal living area, kids area upstairs, and a flexible guest entertaining area. The entry is unique
Cecilie Starin Design Inc.
San Francisco City Chateau
love the curtains- height and design! great ideas to keep things light and airy yet give privacy when needed!
area that allows for exhibiting photography with less natural light. Flanking each end of this main space are two full bedrooms, which have maximum privacy due to their opposite locations. The aspiration was to create a sublime and minimalist retreat where the city could be leisurely looked back upon as
connect the main living areas with the exterior, integrating the rear screened-in terrace with the backyard and pool. The Owner's Suite maintains privacy on the quieter corner of the lot. Natural light was an important factor in design. Glazing works in tandem with the deep overhangs to provide ambient
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
nice but more privacy
Meat Packing Duplex
space with light. We designed a custom folded and cantilevered steel staircase which leads to the upper level. A sandblasted glass railing preserves privacy yet allows light to filter into the upper bedroom level. Products: Carpet-Zap from the Rug Company, Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair, Sofa-Mitchell Gold, Bar