Belvedere Tiburon, California. Marin County, San Francisco Bay.
900 ft2. (80m2). One bedroom view condominium.
Interior Architecture, Interior Design and Turn-key Project management.
Turnkey services or full services provided. Design and project management.
Belvedere Tiburon condominium Interior Design was done for an Olympic skater living in Austria, while the one bedroom unit was remodeled in full.
We entirely gutted down the apartment, subsequently we made structural and mechanical updates, while we also installed all new finishes and builtins.
After six months, when the clients returned, the space was totally new, we had accomplished our goal. As a result together with the clients we went shopping for all new furniture.
Almost all if not all the back wall is mirrored to reflect the Bay Views and enlarge the small spaces, even the kitchen window facing the garage, now reflect the water view.
The Bathroom mirror was so large it had to be introduced in between the wall studs, before the sheetrock was installed.
In the Living room a Mint leather loveseat with white contrasting welt and Italian travertine coffee table, and custom furniture.
A Meiji period Silver screen tarnished over 200 years, therefore now looks gold and also serves as the living area backdrop.
An open home office with a new wood fireplace includes a new concealed wet bar which stays closed for month at a time. The vaulted ceiling bath includes hot towel dryer, electrified makeup mirror, and wall attached hair dryer, as well as his and her sinks.
Built-in cabinets were added at the Bar, bedroom, bathroom and Kitchen, so storage wouldn’t be an issue.
It’s a pleasure to be able to travel carrying very little having everything there ready for you, so we incorporated even a wall attached hair dryer. As a result they no longer carry theirs.
Marin Independent Journal. Home & Garden debut section cover.
Gentry Magazine, Menlo Park, CA. “Mint Condition. Cool shades of green and white and smart ideas for doubling space liberate and freshen a Bay view pied-à-terre….the gold medal for this one goes to Jerry Jacobs Design”
Kitchens, Bedrooms and Bathroom, London, UK. Reflective surfaces and a consistency in materials are the magic ingredients that visually enlarge this small California apartment.