Pacific Heights Residence Design in San Francisco, California
Pacific Heights Residence is a project of Cory Covington for his client withheld. The residence is located in San Francisco, California and completed in 2006. This Project is the Joining and remodel of two adjacent row houses in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco.This building consists of three floors, garage on first floor, living room, family room, dining room and kitchen on the second floor and third floor could be used for a private room.
The dominant exterior materials are Neoparies, a crystalline glass wall panel from Japan; Basaltina, a charcoal colored slab stone used on both the façade and exterior paving; and matte finished stainless steel railings and windows. The front façade is dominated by a 30-foot tall vertical “airfoil” fin, which is actually a structural column, and is also made of stainless steel. The circular stair – a dramatic sculpture of stone and stainless steel – is a sensuous ribbon whose effect is heightened by the contrast to the overall rectilinear geometry of the architecture. The interior floors are either wenge hardwood or Brandy Crag, a bluish/gray English stone.