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Jackson Street Bathroom Suite Remodel

Lundberg Design

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Rafi

Consultants

  • General Contractor: O'Neil Construction
  • Cesar Rubio

Project Status

Built

Size

1,300 sq. feet

Type

Other

Room or Space

Bath

Style

Modern

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Project Description

2004 RADA
Bath / Merit

Lustrous materials and ruthless editing transformed this Edwardian attic into an ultra-Modern master suite. With its view of the Golden Gate Bridge, the top floor of the Victorian was a prime spot for private quarters, but the quirky angles of several rooflines created oddly shaped spaces beneath. Architect Olle Lundberg made a clean sweep by removing all the interior walls and covering the outer walls and ceiling in white Venetian plaster. Within that large volume, translucent glass defines areas for bathing, dressing, and sleeping. "With three or four rooflines colliding, you wanted to do a wall that didn't go up to the ceiling," Lundberg says. "Everything needed to float, and we intentionally let this crazy peaked ceiling run wild over what we did underneath."

The judges praised the theatrical approach. "It has an ethereal quality, like ghosts," one said of the remodel. "It treats the storage of clothes as an artistic composition rather than closing it off."
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