LA JOLLA I
Inspired by the French Riviera Côte d'Azur, old world materials such as
time worn limestone and collide
with polished metals, sparkling glass
and pops of vibrant color & bold pattern for an eclectic and unexpected California cool vibe.
LA JOLLA II
Perched on a coastal bluff with unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean, highly considered spaces are shaped by the beauty & function of organic forms, reflective finishes and materials found in nature which create an emotional response and naturally spark intrigue.
A truly modern California style with clean lines, an ocean inspired color palette, and luxurious 19ft high ceilings that provide an open, airy atmosphere where masculine meets feminine with key features such as floating stairs, white oak wood and book-matched marbles.
Bright and beachy, this loft-like rustic meets the coastal residence combines classic brick with elevated timeless farmhouse features including patterned apron sinks, grey-stained white oak
floors, 3-dimensional subway tiles and chic patterned fabric to name a few.
CORONA DEL MAR
Spanish Colonial Revival
Evoking old California yet designed for modern day use, this home boasts an
array details such as hand-painted decorative tiles, custom hand-forged
iron, rustic wood beams and lead-framed seedy glass, creating an eternal nod to cultural and architectural history.
Taking cues from the islands of the Hawaii, we combined traditional Polynesian inspired materials such
as bamboo, lava stone and louvre
doors, with modern finishes and amenities to create a contemporary home that will stand the test of time.
Native kachina dolls, antique horse
saddles and vintage southwestern area
rugs are combined with concrete walls, Brazilian cherry wood and stainless steel
& glass stair railings to create the
ultimate urban cowboy abode.
Near the Embarcadero (or “landing
place” in Spanish), where modern and Victorian-Age architecture stand
side-by-side, this historic building was
re-imagined using bold hydraulic
tile work, copper metals and hand-
forged iron fixtures for a colorful twist.
So Cal Cool
Architecturally unique, an eclectic mix of materials such as lacquered cabinets, classic carrara marble and modern light fixtures make up this contemporary beach house.
What is old becomes new again where elegant antique stemware, china, silver and other objets d’art adorn riveted iron shelves and gray plastered walls for a timeless nod to the art of living.