Volume 21 Architecture: Bathtub with view of San Francisco

Washington Street, San Francisco Extensive Remodel

The character of interior space in our designs takes all potential views and material textures into account. This high end San Francisco remodel project offers Zen elegance, a minimalistic architectural aesthetic, creating an environment of tranquil home sanctuary for its owners. Focus on the flow and proportions of each living space gives the uncluttered look an inviting feel.

Volume 21 Architecture: modern designs that are warm and inviting yet functionalHome Remodels That Function

Kitchen design is a speciality of Volume 21 Architecture. Our kitchen designs are informed by decades of professional cooking experience and leave no detail behind. State of the art appliances and technology are part of each design. Our goal is kitchen design architecture that not only looks wonderful, but also functions in practical ways. For example, cabinets and counters are designed at heights that can function for the home owners, and are based on the owner’s body proportions. The result is ergonomically optimal. It is this type of attention to detail that sets us apart.

This remodel also incorporates unexpected design features, such as the incredible view of San Francisco from the master bath soaking tub. Unique window configurations frame the TransAmerica Pyramid in San Francisco’s financial district, creating a stunning effect. Principle architect, Keith Plymale, is a specialist in innovative glazing design.

Architectural Design Elements

  • Volume 21 Architecture: bi-fold glass doors capture views and lightCapturing views and light in highly innovative ways
  • State of the art technology systems
  • Top quality materials
  • Creative custom built-ins
  • Custom hardware and finishes
  • Neighborhood home value impact
  • Compelling facades
  • Custom, functional and beautiful outdoor spaces