San Francisco-primarily based studio De Meza Architecture completed the Pacific Heights Penthouse venture in collaboration with interior designer Jenn Kesteloot.
The architects completely remodeled the interior decor of this huge 2,500 square foot top floor (penthouse) apartment unit found in a 1925 built development in Pacific Heights, which is an affluent community in San Francisco, California.
Pacific Heights Penthouse by De Meza Architecture as quoted:
“A total interior remodel of a prime floor unit in a stately Pacific Heights building originally constructed back in 1925.
The remodel integrated the building of a new elevated roof deck with a customized spiral staircase and “penthouse” connecting the unit to the outdoor room.
The unit has 2 bedrooms, a den, 2 baths, a powder room, an updated residing and dining spot and a new open kitchen.
The style highlights the dramatic views to the San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge to the north, the views west to the Pacific Ocean and the City to the south.
Finishes include custom stained wood paneling and doors during, engineered mahogany flooring with matching mahogany spiral stair treads.
The roof deck is completed with a lava stone and ipe deck and paneling, with frameless glass guardrails, a sizzling gasoline fire pit, irrigated plant containers, and even an artificial turf puppy park. Oh, and don’t forget the solar heated cedar hot tub for lots of fun in the sun!”