Clay Street, San Francisco:
2011 - 2012
Budget: $2,000,000 US
Scope: Remodel adding living space & master bath, 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths. Custom designed with high quality wood finishes, and 'smart home' technology.
5000 Square Feet
Architect: Keith Plymale
Construction and Interiors: P3 Construction
Structural Engineering: Seismic Zone, Andy Forrest
CLAY Street Home
The remodel of this Clay Street home, in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, transformed the top floor by adding living space filled with light. We removed some walls, eliminating a sixth bedroom, and inserted a new spacious modern bathroom and walk in closet. The project also included a new kitchen, a new 2 car garage, garden landscaping, a breakfast built-in booth table and sunroom, a BBQ deck, and a dance studio in a previously unused attic.
In the attic dance studio we exposed the ceiling beams and added skylights, capturing natural light and creating visual interest in the shadow patterns as they move throughout the day. New dormer windows, built-in cabinetry, an exercise room, and a luxurious marble bathroom combined to create an oasis for the family in this home
Smart home technology and hydronic in floor heating (controllable from iPad and phone) are another unique aspect of this project. We managed all aspects of the technological design, sound system, locks and new security system. The result is a highly functional modern home that is high tech on the inside, yet remains true to it's origins and Victorian architectural roots on the outside.