Extensive and Luxurious Apartment Displaying the Inhabitant's Love for Art

Extensive and Luxurious Apartment Displaying the Inhabitant’s Love for Art

The Russian Hill neighborhood, one of San Francisco’s original “Seven Hills”, is an urban community consisting of many young professionals who live their busy lives in this beautiful residential neighborhood. This is also the place where Zack|de Vito Architecture has finished redesigning the interiors of a beautiful high-rise apartment. Situated on the 19th floor of a residential building, the apartment measures 3,400 square feet, enough to be considered a luxurious retreat for the couple that inhabits it. The architects specially designed the apartment to elegantly display an art collection very dear to the two inhabitants. Another magnificent feature of the apartment that was fully explored by large windows is the incredible San Francisco Bay and downtown views. Here is how Zack|de Vito Architecture explains the work that went into creating a special place for the two art lovers: “Programmatically the main rooms were placed on the perimeter to access views and light while an inner “cube”, containing services and entertaining kitchen, anchors and connects the whole. Limited, yet repeating, materials and colors define and clarify spaces, while areas of poche act as containers for hidden storage and delineate transitions of spaces“.

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  • eva January 25, 2011 at 11:06 AM Login to Reply →

    yes it is really amazing.. the design are fabulous and brilliant… nice idea!

  • courtney January 25, 2011 at 23:06 PM Login to Reply →

    everything from the seamless architecture to the placement of the art pieces is done brilliantly and artistically. As a designer I can truly appreciate what was created here, not to mention everything compliments the view.

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  • amy January 26, 2011 at 05:00 AM Login to Reply →

    wow! this is such an amazing apartment. In addition to the view, I love how the sunlight lights up the whole place. i dont like the bathroom though, its too white for my taste.

  • […] The Russian Hill neighborhood, one of San Francisco’s original “Seven Hills”, is an urban community consisting of many young professionals who live their busy lives in this beautiful residential neighborhood. This is also the place where Zack|de Vito Architecture has finished redesigning the interiors of a beautiful high-rise apartment. Situated on the 19th floor of a residential building, the apartment measures 3,400 square feet, enough to be considered a luxurious retreat for the couple that inhabits it. The architects specially designed the apartment to elegantly display an art collection very dear to the two inhabitants. Another magnificent feature of the apartment that was fully explored by large windows is the incredible San Francisco Bay and downtown views. Here is how Zack|de Vito Architecture explains the work that went into creating a special place for the two art lovers: “Programmatically the main rooms were placed on the perimeter to access views and light while an inner “cube”, containing services and entertaining kitchen, anchors and connects the whole. Limited, yet repeating, materials and colors define and clarify spaces, while areas of poche act as containers for hidden storage and delineate transitions of spaces“.via […]

  • maysunny. January 28, 2011 at 13:17 PM Login to Reply →

    beautiful architecture, but it’s kind of disparage to Buddhism regions. Imagine If somebody take Jesus statue to decorate the house, it not suitably.

    I love gray and brown tones.

  • P. Washer February 13, 2011 at 22:55 PM Login to Reply →

    Wow …this is truly a dream apartment. Very modern yet manages to retain a certain warmth as well. And the view! Very fortunate owner.