Anyone who knows and closely follows the architect and designer Peter Marino knows that everything is unexpected. The irreverence, sophistication, and distinction with which he plans and delivers all his projects are absolutely notorious and praiseworthy. In this design project in San Francisco, the interior designer demonstrated once again that a luxury design is not synonymous with excess and exaggeration but rather the balanced conjuncture between the grandeur of the mansion itself and a bold and sophisticated design. Curious? enjoy with us the wonders of every corner of this project…
Working in tune with the wonderful view that surrounds the mansion, Peter Marino bet on the individualization of each environment. No environment resembles another. Obviously, there are conducting wires that somehow connect the space as a whole. An example is the use of statement pieces in each division. The exclusive design was in fact the focus to plan and execute the whole project.
The mansion took 3 years to be completely complete, where the Peter Marino carefully and meticulously renovated, among many other divisions, almost two dozen rooms. Different textures, materials, fabrics, and bold colors in perfect synergy with refinement, luxury, and sophistication is how we can describe this outstanding project.
This interior garden was one of the elements of the mansion that the interior designer made a point of working with the existing structure, making it an entertainment grandiose and glamorous space. The panoramic view that the whole house enjoys under the garden is one of the elements of focus of this project. The house by itself already had a luxury and classic design, but with this wonderful garden, Perter Marino conceived to the owner’s something original and unique, without a doubt, the ultimate exclusive design feature.
“It was a Herculean task, there was no roof, the exterior walls were under boarding, and there were no floor slabs. It all looks so pretty now, but it was painful.”
As the architect and designer, Peter Marino said, this was undoubtedly a long, challenging, and seductive design project. The mansion of San Francisco and its outstanding project demonstrated once again the deserved recognition for being one of the top NY based interior designers and architects. For us, it was an exciting trip to introduce you to this breathtaking project. Stay connected and discover more projects from famous interior designers!
Source: Architectural Digest