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Beach ResidenceEclectic Home Office, San Francisco

Home studio - eclectic concrete floor and green floor home studio idea in San Francisco with multicolored walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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qbryant wrote:Dec 31, 2014
  • John Marx
    It's made by an ex-steamfitter who worked on the Alaska oil pipeline years ago, then retired to San Diego to make beautiful spiral stairs ...... http://www.kensironworks.com
    He is an expert in compound geometries, hence the elegance and simplicity of this stair.

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Annie Thornton added this to Mondrian Inspires a Modern AdditionJul 18, 2014

In the foreground we see some of the trees Beach is currently working on. Each tree is made of copper wire, which she solders and embellishes with steel wool and flocking. Beach installed an artificial topiary wall in reference to the work done here, nestled with birds and other artistic critters. The studio overlooks the backyard garden, which perhaps serves as inspiration for her work. On the yellow wall next to the topiary is a painting done by a neighbor. She painted until she was 99 and had lived in the neighborhood since 1936, when she bought her house for $10,000. She recently passed away, but shared a lot of history about this house and its inhabitants with Marx and Beach. Wall paint: Diamond White, Blue Sky, Lemon Burst, all by Kelly Moore

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annapolisa added this to annapolisa's ideasApr 3, 2016

Spiral staircase for Drummond small house design. Colour washed concrete floor?

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