Ines Leong of Archphoto
Stylish brewery owners with airline miles that match George Clooney’s decided to hire Regan Baker Design to transform their beloved Duboce Park second home into an organic modern oasis reflecting their modern aesthetic and sustainable, green conscience lifestyle. From hops to floors, we worked extensively with our design savvy clients to provide a new footprint for their kitchen, dining and living room area, redesigned three bathrooms, reconfigured and designed the master suite, and replaced an existing spiral staircase with a new modern, steel staircase. We collaborated with an architect to expedite the permit process, as well as hired a structural engineer to help with the new loads from removing the stairs and load bearing walls in the kitchen and Master bedroom. We also used LED light fixtures, FSC certified cabinetry and low VOC paint finishes.
Regan Baker Design was responsible for the overall schematics, design development, construction documentation, construction administration, as well as the selection and procurement of all fixtures, cabinets, equipment, furniture,and accessories.
Key Contributors: Green Home Construction; Photography: Sarah Hebenstreit / Modern Kids Co.
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We added a pop of color on the built-in bookshelf, and used CB2 space saving wall-racks for bikes as decor.
Photo by Kenneth M Wyner Phototgraphy
'Leaf' pattern' as seen in The Sunday Times Style Magazine Insert.
Our Granito tiles have a speckled marble finish and can be used for interior/exterior wall and flooring solutions. They are extremely resistant to high footfall abrasion and impact. Perfect for high traffic retail and hospitality locations.
This project encompasses the renovation of two aging metal warehouses located on an acre just North of the 610 loop. The larger warehouse, previously an auto body shop, measures 6000 square feet and will contain a residence, art studio, and garage. A light well puncturing the middle of the main residence brightens the core of the deep building. The over-sized roof opening washes light down three masonry walls that define the light well and divide the public and private realms of the residence. The interior of the light well is conceived as a serene place of reflection while providing ample natural light into the Master Bedroom. Large windows infill the previous garage door openings and are shaded by a generous steel canopy as well as a new evergreen tree court to the west. Adjacent, a 1200 sf building is reconfigured for a guest or visiting artist residence and studio with a shared outdoor patio for entertaining. Photo by Peter Molick, Art by Karin Broker
warehouse conversion for industrial but modern city apartment
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Tucked along the perimeter of the loft’s only hall, Shapiro’s office area takes advantage of a seemingly endless view of the city. Part work space, part thoroughfare, and part gallery, this is a multifunctional space, yet ideal for creative thinking.
“I really like my office area”, explains Daniel, “I can sit at my desk and look at the rest of my loft; the expansive view is in front of me, behind me is my photography collection, and to my right is my patio.”
The Herman Miller Airia Desk compliments the requirements of Daniel’s home office with ample storage tucked into a streamlined profile. Trimmed in solid walnut, this piece blends seamlessly with the rest of the décor.
Photo: Adrienne M DeRosa © 2012 Houzz
Design: KEA Design