This 3,000-square-foot loft in San Francisco was designed for an empty-nester couple. Modern interiors were inserted within the existing industrial space, creating a space for casual living and entertaining friends. The exterior walls of the building were left intact,while the interior walls were changed to accommodate the client’s aspirations and requirements.

The main organizing principal is that the common spaces flow around a central core of demised function like a donut. These common spaces include the kitchen, eating, living, and dining areas, lounge, and media room. The two bedrooms, bathrooms, office and storage are enclosed within the inner core.Key materials include the existing concrete, painted sheet rock, wide plank walnut floors, and stainless steel.

Photography: Paul Dyer

Photography: Paul Dyer

This 3,000-square-foot loft in San Francisco was designed for an empty-nester couple. Modern interiors were inserted within the existing industrial space, creating a space for casual living and entertaining friends. The exterior walls of the building were left intact,while the interior walls were changed to accommodate the client’s aspirations and requirements.

The main organizing principal is that the common spaces flow around a central core of demised function like a donut. These common spaces include the kitchen, eating, living, and dining areas, lounge, and media room. The two bedrooms, bathrooms, office and storage are enclosed within the inner core.Key materials include the existing concrete, painted sheet rock, wide plank walnut floors, and stainless steel.

This 3,000-square-foot loft in San Francisco was designed for an empty-nester couple. Modern interiors were inserted within the existing industrial space, creating a space for casual living and entertaining friends. The exterior walls of the building were left intact,while the interior walls were changed to accommodate the client’s aspirations and requirements.

The main organizing principal is that the common spaces flow around a central core of demised function like a donut. These common spaces include the kitchen, eating, living, and dining areas, lounge, and media room. The two bedrooms, bathrooms, office and storage are enclosed within the inner core.Key materials include the existing concrete, painted sheet rock, wide plank walnut floors, and stainless steel.

Photography: Paul Dyer

This 3,000-square-foot loft in San Francisco was designed for an empty-nester couple. Modern interiors were inserted within the existing industrial space, creating a space for casual living and entertaining friends. The exterior walls of the building were left intact,while the interior walls were changed to accommodate the client’s aspirations and requirements.

The main organizing principal is that the common spaces flow around a central core of demised function like a donut. These common spaces include the kitchen, eating, living, and dining areas, lounge, and media room. The two bedrooms, bathrooms, office and storage are enclosed within the inner core.Key materials include the existing concrete, painted sheet rock, wide plank walnut floors, and stainless steel.

Photography: Paul Dyer

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