NordquistMidcentury Bedroom, San Francisco
Photos Courtesy of Sharon Risedorph & Michelle Wilson (Sunset Books)
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Mix modern with traditional. "Working with our client, we chose this desk because of its unusual shape and organic design," says architect John Lum. "Originally, the triangular table was designed for the executive offices of Esprit and was part of a matching conference table set."He adds, "The organic shape contrasts nicely with the rather formal Edwardian features of the bay window and allows the owner to sit and enjoy the view at a diagonal, transforming a staid interior into a dynamic composition."