With arresting views of the Bay Area, this two floors, 5,900 square-foot, new build residence reflects the client's love for the modern architecture. The 5 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms is a unique mix of both architecture and interior design that prioritizes design and minimalism over coziness.
The curved roofline simulating the outline of the hill where the house sits, the expansive glass windows and the curved shapes of floors and walls contribute to the creation of an exceptional interior.
Isolina Mallon was involved since day zero in the project. She collaborated on the meticulous selection of architectural materials based on the use of a soft-white color palette mixing it with pops of colors and modern classic pieces for the furniture and complements.
The living room features an oversized round sofa that defines a welcoming seating area while keeping the rest of the first-floor open. Dining, den, and living are on the same eye plane making consistency in these rooms key on the design. White walls and concrete floors, custom-made white glass doors, minimal frame windows, white vanities, and cabinets help create a bright, clean yet inviting and comfortable home.
Following the client's desire of creating a powder room to impress their guest, Isolina Mallon Interiors designed a room stylistic and modern prioritizing design and dramatism. The design plays with white, black and red colors to create contrasts and draw attention to the elements in the room. By keeping most of the room white, Isolina gave a solution to the integration of the two access door, eliminating the feeling of a pass-through room. The decorative black walls mixed with a high reflective silver tile featuring a like-water texture that plays with the natural light and distorts the reflections of an oversized red portrait bring character to the room without taking physical space.