Modern Warehouse in San Francisco
If you think that a certain building cannot be transformed into something else without much success, you might discover that you were wrong. It is the case of the Warehouse Conversion, located in San Francisco, California. But if you take into consideration that it is designed and owned by the famous designer Steven Volpe, there is no wonder.
It is a building with brick walls, high ceilings and redwood columns with role of supports. There is an interesting contrast between the wooden walls and the rest of the space, offering a modern mood. Things are not complicated, on the contrary. For example, there are the bookshelves, which prove the owner’s interests, a big table with eight chairs, providing conditions for guests also.
But there are also certain elements that give an original tendency to the entire place; the lamp hanging from the ceiling above the table, a sofa, a modern armchair that seems to belong to a different period, some fluffy armchairs, a cube, small tables with decorative objects, large paintings that give a fresh air to the atmosphere with their simplicity.
The kitchen is very modern, the bedroom is simple and warm, but what is impressive, is the pleasant atmosphere and the open space given by the wide glass doors and windows. It is a singular place, which seems to belong to a different universe, a better one, where people appreciate beauty and style.Available at at $1.55 milion.