Cole Valley Residence

A penthouse addition to a compartmentalized rowhouse opens up the interior to views and light.
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A third level adds a penthouse master bedroom suite to access light and air in a narrow rowhouse. Terraced ipé and cedar decks with galvanized metal and cable rail provide access on a steep slope.
“deck with support columns” — marialice
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Ipé treads and top rail provide a warm contrast to the concrete deck pavers and simple galvanized railings. Cablerail minimizes the rails presence in the garden.
“Railing” — gmclaughlin74
James Hill Architect
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Light from a skylight above reflects from the open risers deep into the center of the home.
“Horizontal” — thedarks1213
James Hill Architect
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A large skylight above silhouettes open railings and risers. Maple treads and rails provides a solution both modern and warm.
“Wood” — sharad1962
James Hill Architect
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Bathroom sinks along an open hall connect the master bedroom to an enclosed bathroom. Light from a skylight above reflects off maple cabinets and caesarstone counters.
James Hill Architect
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Large windows frame views of hills and sky.
James Hill Architect
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A high window in the blue tile shower provides south light and a private views to a nearby hill. Frosted glass screens a toilet.
“Bathroom screen” — fkurniawan
James Hill Architect
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Windows and skylight over stair offers a view of the sky and brings light deep into lower floor.
“Stairs2” — aj_home
James Hill Architect
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A variety of light sources create an airy feeling in a row house bedroom.
“built ins” — ohes
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Overlapping functions of vanity and hall provides an increase in spatial economies and an easy flow of uses.
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