Telegraph Hill Remodel

In 2015 our client contacted us about a possible remodel of her existing single-family residence located on the ground floor of 3 story, 2 unit building on San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill. Initially, the agreed upon scope was only to for a minor remodel of the existing layout of spaces , focused  on the kitchen, new guest bath and master suite.

STORY

However, after an extensive review of the existing layout and the client’s needs, we came to the conclusion that the “right” solution was for a complete flip of the floor plan. This move dramatically opened up the entirety of the home’s more public spaces. Not only did she get a more open plan, but the improved flow allowed for a much larger master suite at the back of the home instead of off the entry.
The result is a timeless yet modern refresh for her turn of the century home. Zero ten design’s services included conceptual design all the way through construction administration, including interior design services of all finishes and lighting throughout.
TELEGRAPH HILL REMODEL
Location: San Francisco, CA
Size: 1,400 sf
Completion: Summer 2017
Photo Credits: Mariko Reed Architectural Photography

Date

2017

Size

1400 SF

Location

San Francisco CA

I was extremely pleased with the work that Jamie Shorten and ZeroTen did for me in the remodel of my SF home. I lived in the home for over 10 years had an idea of what I wanted to accomplish in a remodel. I encouraged Jamie to suggest his own vision for the space based on my needs. Jamie came up with a plan that made the absolute most of every square foot of my place. I would have never imagined the layout that he came up with and it was by far the winning design choice. 

Jamie was always available through the whole process. He was helpful in guiding my decisions so that the materials and fixtures I choose kept a timeless feel. Jamie has impeccable taste and knows how to guide his clients within their budget. Jamie also introduced me to contractors and helped me select a fantastic team to do the work.

Margery H.