AN APARTMENT WITH DRAMATIC VIEWS
PACIFIC HEIGHT RESIDENCE
Isolina Mallon Interiors was enlisted to furnish and adjust to its new owners the interior of this penthouse built in 1962.
We focused the project in mixing seamlessly the modern style the clients like with the architecture style and restrained materials.
In the seating area the Soft Dream sectional, designed by Antonio Citterio for Flexform, creates an inviting space to enjoy the views bask in the natural light. Mallon paired this with La Mise armchair by Poltrona Frau, upholstered in blue velvet. The vintage style round coffee table Rio designed by Charlotte Perriand in 1962 and produced for Cassina gives a natural and organic element to the living room.
A rug custom-designed for the project by Isolina Mallon and produced by Scott Group Studio grounds the space. The Wireflow free-form pendant light designed by Arik Levy for Vibia highlight Nestor Toro's magnificent painting.
In the master bedroom, the peacock colored mural wallpaper mixes with the minimalistic silhouette of the Lifesteel Bed designed by Antonio Citterio from Flexform. The master bathroom features a dark blue metalized paint. Due to its composition of unique metallic pigments, Ottocento paint reproduces the traditional effect of a velvet tapestry. When hit by a light source, the surface shines, creating a warm and welcoming environment.
The minimalist powder room painted in Benjamin Moore's bold Anyline, nods to the recently renovated restrooms at the SFMOMA. The vibrant red hue is complemented by the rich, multicolored wallpaper that emulates Mediterranean style murals.
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The dining table, Rimadesio’s Manta and the Hola chairs by Cassina are complemented by Nemo’s Lighting In the Wind pendant.
We divided the big living room in a media area featuring a Rimadesio media cabinet that hides the TV when it is not in use and disappears against the gray wall on the back. Two comfortable K10 DODO recliners designed by Toshiyuki Kita for Cassina upholstered in bright yellow, and a rug custom-made by Scott Group Studio round up the media area.
One of our favorite additions to the apartment is the big moss frame that covers the staircase wall, custom made by The Gardenista SF. We complemented the greenery with artificial grass to add a like-garden element to the view.
We used Benjamin Moore’s Aniline Red to add a pop color to the powder room downstairs. The toilet cabin walls feature a mural wallpaper by Wall &Deco.