RESIDENCE 4

Architect | Garcia Tamjidi

Location | San Francisco

Product | Flow[T] by Nao Tamura

“White-painted cabinetry and the occasional beige veneer contribute to an architecture that is suffused with subtlety and blending, and that begins to speak only as much as the visitor wants to see,” said Garcia Tamjidi.

The studio employed a playful approach to the cabinet design, from an elevated volume that forms a desk to nooks for sculptural objects. White cabinets are also lined with cedar to offer a darker contrast. “The magic is in the details,” said the studio.

To continue the simple aesthetic, the space is furnished with few pieces, in subtle tones of brown leather, dark wood and grey.

But the wooden dining table, which is set beside a chunky white column, is topped by a blue light sculpture by designer Nao Tamura for Wonderglass that offers a contrasting pop of colour.