New Ground Up Construction | Shady Canyon Irvine California

June 4, 2014 § Leave a comment

Excited to start a new design project located in a prestigious gated community in Shady Canyon within Irvine, California.

Foundation is currently being poured on an approximately 10,000 Sq. Ft. residential home. We just finished kitchen and bath design concept. Tiles and bathroom fittings were mostly sourced from Waterworks, Walker Zanger and Ann Sacks in Los Angeles.

Here’s an image of French Provençal rendering provided from our architect. I am also sharing a few more images from Mas de Pilons, France. Inspiring!

Approval process went pleasantly smooth, thanks for the wonderful client. It truly is a bonus working with client that has an impeccable taste.

shady canyon






9 Exterior and Interior Design, Worth Noting…

October 12, 2010 § Leave a comment

I came across these interesting buildings while on a walk. What better way to spend a day exploring cities than with a cup of cappuccino and camera. Small streets with boutique store entice me. I’m addicted to fine caffeine and architecture. For exterior colors and material specifications, many inspirations often come from old buildings and homes. The adventure starts at a Hermes boutique in Cleveland, continues on the streets of Toronto and concludes back home  in San Marino, California.

1. Chagrin Falls, Ohio. So dreamy…

2. Financial district, Toronto Canada

3. Entertainment District, Toronto Canada

Modern bridge nestled between traditional buildings

4. Near Art Gallery, Toronto Canada

The wood and iron crafted sculpture is very intriguing.

5. Entertainment District, Toronto Canada

I sense massive potential for it to come alive!

6. Distillery District, Toronto Canada

Picture speaks volume, minimal sinage.

7. La Bettola Di Terroni, Toronto Canada

A well executed restaurant design. Mixed materials of rustic refined elements.

8. King Street East, Toronto Canada

Time for refuel… handsome building, bold and daring.

9. City Hall, San Marino California (Hometown)

Subtle elegance with classic architectural details.

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