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Maple Street Conversion 

Location: Redwood City, CA
Year: 2017

Architect: The Kastrop Group, Inc.
Structural Engineer: TSA Structural
Contractor: Steve Barnes Construction
Interior Designer: Rococo & Taupe, Inc.
Sheet Metal: Arena & Sons Sheet Metal
Steel Work: AT Roy
Living Wall: Habitat Horticulture
Landscape: Bruce Chan
Photo Credit: Dennis Mayer

This project involved taking a dilapidated industrial sheet metal building and repurposing it into a modern home while retaining its original industrial image.  The 1,500 square foot building was stripped down to its studs and a concrete foundation was added before the reconstruction started.  

Exterior Front Facade

The original flooring was saved, re-sawn and used as exterior siding.  The original stamped sheet metal on the façade was restored and re-installed.  The interior was designed to be a modern look with exposed industrial elements (trusses and ducts).

The design team collaborated successfully with the Client to develop elements and finishes that make this home unique and beautiful.  This is another example of Designing for Your Reality.

Hover to see before and after transformations!

After: Rear Exterior Facade
Before: Rear Exterior Facade
After: Backyard
Before: Backyard
After: Kitchen & Dining Area
Before: Interior
After: Bathroom
After: Kitchen
After: Backyard Entrance
After: Dining Area
After: Living Room
After: Bedroom
After: Staircase
After: Bedroom
After: Roof top terrace
After: Skylight Detail
After: Bathroom
After: Bathroom
After: Bedroom
After: Kitchen countertop detail
After: Laundry room
After: Bathroom
After: Kitchen
After: Vanity
After: Bedroom
After: Staircase
After: Staircase
After: Exterior side façade - Plant Wall
After: Family Room
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