2-story apartment, kitchen spans the entire second floor and includes work space, living room, and access to the courtyard. The walls and counters are covered in four-by-four ceramic tiles; the floor is black Radial rubber usually seen in airports; the chromed “lunar panels” on the ceiling are from E&T Plastics. Replaced the pebbled façade with minimalist gray stucco, stripped the cornice to the metal, and added a steel front door.
The pine-paneled guest quarters—built by carpenter John Rantanen—were imagined as the perfect artist’s studio, The Hide-a-Bed folds into a closet, the kitchenette is in a nook hidden by folding doors, and the sink and shower are tucked behind sliding doors in the rear. galvanized-metal grating in the stair hall is just like that found on city streets.
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