INTERIORS - RESIDENTIAL
the residential spaces at 2015 and 2016 telegraph avenue contain a more compact unit typology that cuts out the space residents don’t need but at the same time provides a greater level of amenity inside the unit and the building. features include premium interior finishes in all unit types; modular modern aesthetic; ecologically sustainable design materials; rooftop garden and lounge including grill stations; and walkability to downtown core and transit.
a private residence in the martis camp subdivision in truckee, this project is divided into 2 phases with the guest house comprising phase 1 and the main house comprising phase 2. phase 1 was completed in december 2013 and phase 2 began in early 2015. the project was conceived as a series of smaller structures set into the hillside to reduce the height and bulk of a single building. the house is distinctly modern in form and detail yet remains warm and inviting through the use of natural materials such as clear finished cedar, steel, and concrete.
brick was asked to take a recently purchased house in san carlos, ca and completely reconfigure the plan including the addition of 500 sf for a new master bedroom and bath. the addition forms a new entry courtyard at the front of the house, creating usable outdoor space visually screened from the street through a wood slat wall that connects new and old elements of the house into a harmonious front facade. the previous cellular public spaces of the home have been combined into a single great room that opens out onto the back patio, with an operable glass nanawall.