This new apartment building in San Francisco is a bold addition to the street

Designed by Stephen Phillips Architects, this black apartment building in San Francisco, is in a mixed-use commercial and residential district, that incorporates an eclectic group of traditional one- to four-story Victorian and Edwardian houses.

Photography by Tim Griffith

 

With space at a premium in San Francisco, this new building was designed to have two separate dwellings behind an attention getting black facade.

 

Designed by Stephen Phillips Architects, this black apartment building in San Francisco, is in a mixed-use commercial and residential district, that incorporates an eclectic group of traditional one- to four-story Victorian and Edwardian houses.

Photography by Tim Griffith

Designed by Stephen Phillips Architects, this black building is in a mixed-use commercial and residential district that incorporates an eclectic group of traditional one- to four-story Victorian and Edwardian houses.


Designed by Stephen Phillips Architects, this black apartment building in San Francisco, is in a mixed-use commercial and residential district, that incorporates an eclectic group of traditional one- to four-story Victorian and Edwardian houses.

Photography by Tim Griffith

As the building is split into two apartments, a single staircase with white oak flooring and black handrail, provides access to both dwellings.


Bleached white oak flooring and black handrails give these stairs a contemporary look.

Photography by Tim Griffith

Let’s have a look at the first apartment. The living room, dining room and kitchen all share the same space.


This open plan living, dining and kitchen area, has a fireplace and tv tucked into the corner, and a U-shaped wooden kitchen with gray countertops.

Photography by Tim Griffith

This open plan living, dining and kitchen area, has a fireplace and tv tucked into the corner, and a U-shaped wooden kitchen with gray countertops.

Photography by Tim Griffith

Behind the kitchen is the master bedroom and bathroom.


This kitchen has black hardware on wood cabinets and gray countertops.

Photography by Tim Griffith

The spiral stairs just off the kitchen lead to the upper floor, where there’s another bedroom and bathroom.


Black and wood spiral stairs are in direct contrast to the white walls.

Photography by Tim Griffith

Here’s the second apartment, it too is multiple floors. Upon entering the apartment, there’s the living room with built-in window seat.


This living room has a long built-in window seat.

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A TV and fireplace has been built-into the corner, and large windows fill the space with plenty of natural light. There’s also a bedroom and bathroom on this level.


The fireplace and tv are built into the corner of the room in this apartment.

Photography by Tim Griffith

Looking up from the living room, you can see the curves of the upper level.


Black railings on a mezzanine match the black window frames in this apartment building.

Photography by Tim Griffith

Heading upstairs, there’s a dining room that overlooks the level below.


This mezzanine level has black railings to match the black window frames.

Photography by Tim Griffith

This level is home to the dining room and kitchen, as well as the master bedroom and bathroom.


This small dining area overlooks the level below.

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The kitchen opens up to an outdoor balcony.


This warm wood kitchen opens up to the balcony outside.

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The outdoor balcony has various spaces for relaxing, and spiral stairs lead to the rooftop.


This outdoor balcony has various spaces for relaxing, and spiral stairs that lead to the rooftop.

Photography by Tim Griffith

On the roof, there is a great space for entertaining and enjoying city views.


This rooftop has wooden flooring and views of San Francisco.

Photography by Tim Griffith

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