Community and flexibility were the main drivers for Dana and Lloyd during their extensive architectural endeavor. Contributors to many organizations, they wanted a place to gather in large and small groups. Their art collection offered an anchor to the interior shapes, materials and elements. Their biggest request of all, COLOR! -Lots of color. We worked with MacCracken Architecture and married modern lines with classic elements.
A nod to Alexander McQueen, the inspiration for Matt and George’s home came from a collection by the great. Taking a queue from McQueen’s razor clam dress, we created a cascading stone fireplace wall to cozy up in front of. We played with textures and patterns, coupling wood with steel, lacquer with leather and hide with wool, all against a backdrop of soothing plaster. The Valerie dining chairs and Otto table elegantly counterbalance the walnut block canopy in the dining room. It is a space that is as refined as it is relaxed, describing our clients to a tee.
Our re-imagining of this San Francisco Edwardian was very rewarding, a true gem transformed. We were able to convert a once dark kitchen into a sun-drenched area. We combined the WC and single bathroom, making things spacious and calming. We also added a second WC under the stairs.
This dream project allowed LOCZI to re-imagine Mid-century modern classics in a new light. Our clients' collection of Eames & Noguchi collectables offered us a wonderful starting point. We worked with local artisans creating timeless spaces using walnut, ceramic and steel. Remodeled from the ground up, this stunning loft will remain a favorite of ours.
Gina, an affluent, even-keeled adventurer needed a space to reflect. She chose to re-imagine a classic. This remodeled Victorian pied-a-terre sits perched like a jewel atop the hill in Pacific Heights. We saw the opportunity to return the architecture to its former beauty by showcasing the vaulted-ceilings. The changing sky refracts light through the chandeliers, and showers the walls with dynamic prisms. Black and white, angled and curved, classical and modern all coexist in this little gem.
"Paige and team were excellent at gauging my style, but they also challenged me to expand my vision." — Vineet
Vineet is a brilliant, modern man. He's also a risk-taker who wanted his home to reflect his personality and ethnicity. We used color to achieve both! When looking for a San Francisco Interior Designer he wished for three specific things: surprise, to stay on budget and to be daring. The geometric patterning is a predominant theme echoed throughout. Tina Sedonne's sculpture highlights strength and fluidity. Tahiti Pehrson's 4' x 10' cut paper piece signifies inter-connectedness and also echoes the negative space created by both the coffee table and steel chandelier.
"The team at LOCZIdesign were so passionate about our project. They were always there to lend the support we needed and helped us go beyond our comfort zone... We owe the awesomeness of every nook and cranny to Paige, Catrina and the entire team!" -Cindy
Cindy and Paul have a young and vibrant family. They came to us wanting their home to compliment their dynamic energy as well as the astounding panoramic views of Glen Canyon. We used an array of classic, locally sourced textiles and natural elements to transform their house into an eccentrically beautiful home.
Marty's loft, with its high ceilings and exposed metal beams called for a bit of grounding. We used plants and lined an entire wall in a zebra wood veneer. Juxtaposed with the wood wall is a steel and concrete kitchen with a custom live-edge walnut bar. The custom-mixed concrete counter tops added just the right amount of texture to the black and white palette of this San Francisco interior.
Over the last decade we've been fortunate to create many spaces for amazing and inspired people. We are so honored and sharing a few of our favorites, we celebrate all that represents "home."