Modern Living Room, San Francisco
Two adjacent condominium units were merged to create a new, single residence Located on the 12th floor of 505 Greenwich Street, the walls of the previous units were completely demolished and the new space was created from scratch as a 1600 square-foot home in the sky. With five floor to ceiling windows facing east, the plan was derived by aligning all of the rooms along the windows for natural light and skyline views of SOHO. The main area is a loft like space for dining, living, eating, and working; and is backed up by a small gallery 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 a spectator in contrast to the daily process of being a vigorous participant. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer
Example of a minimalist living room design in San Francisco with white walls
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This fine-art photo of a jetliner is in the perfect place in a condo by CCS Architecture, given that it’s at the end of...
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I like dark and white wall coloring. Contrasting. Also like raised furniture. Makes room bigger.
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