Today at work I was looking or inspiration for built in bookshelf for client. I was trying to figure out away to create a horizontal line connecting two areas visually without making the short ceilings seems even lower with a heavy handed horizontal presence. So I did my normal hap-hazard internet quest, and found the below image on Remodelista. I loved the small row of shelving for horizontal books or photographs by Aidlin Darling Design of San Francisco. I am always a sucker for things which are sub-divided in a Mondrian-esque manner.
|Glass Skylight Sculptures|
Fused hot-formed borosilicate Glass Tubing
For Bar Agricole by Nicholas Weinstein Studio
There are also some great residential projects, showing off the clean lines and organic materials frequented by Bay Area architects. This vineyard estate is no exception to the trend, but I do love it.
Below is an image from the project in the Mission District of the city, that housed the bookshelf that lead me here in the first place. So there we have it, reason number 945 why I would love to live on the west cost. Photos are from the Bar Agricole website, as well as the Aidlin Darling Design Website.