American interior designer Mark Tracy of Chemical Spaces has completed a townhouse interior on Lombard Street in San Francisco, California.
Lombard Street Townhouse by Mark Tracy of Chemical Spaces
Mark Tracy describes the design as, “a clean, modern design with color and character to serve as a weekend getaway in the heart of San Francisco.” This five-story townhouse on San Francisco’s famed Lombard street, is designed level by level, each having it’s own distinct feel. The fifth and top floor is a bright, artistic, modern design anchored by a custom HZL Henzel rug on metallic silver hardwood floors with direct views of Alcatraz and the bay. The fourth floor offers a sleek modern kitchen with Scavolini cabinets, beside a lounge with a fireplace surrounded by Italian red porcelain tile. Exposed concrete flooring extends from the kitchen and lounge to the dining area which sits beside a party terrace with views of the city.
The third floor hosts the master bedroom and bath, while the first and second floors open to a dance-club-like party area. The stand-out features include a steel catwalk with glass flooring, 160” retractable movie screen, bar with built-in 80’s-style arcade game, RGB LED dance club lighting, and fifteen 60” squares of custom art and mirrors which float up the walls and ceiling, each back-lit with LED lighting.
Visit the Chemical Spaces website – here.
Photography by David Marquardt