Castro Apartment Renovation | San Francisco | 2013
During the renovation and reconfiguration of a 1932 Marina Style flat, the original kitchen, dining nook and corridor walls were removed to make one open space. The original redwood joists and a creative structural solution eliminated any visible traces of the new support structure. The open floor plan allows the existing windows to more effectively flood the center of the flat with natural light. Two bathrooms were also created by combining space from two closets, a tub room and a half bath.
The water closet was opened to space under the stairs to create a full bathroom with a Japanese soaking tub and sink.
The former tub room was converted into an en suite bathroom with a glass shower, sink and water closet.