1332 Shrader
Space in Two Folds

This kitchen was once separated from the living room by a structural wall. This renovation of a small bachelor pad in an old Edwardian building maximizes the limited space of the existing interior by dissolving the separation between the kitchen and the living space. The structural issue was resolved by increasing the depth of the beam for longer span performance. Joining the two spaces is a large area of a multipurpose surface, seamlessly designed to create the flow from the kitchen island height down to meet the wooden floor, emphasizing the fluidity of space and creating an illusion of a much larger space. 
San Francisco, CA
Design Team:
Raveevarn Choksombatchai, Chenglong Tsai, Jeremy Steiner