In the last few weeks, they have been diligently working on a lot of the small details throughout the house, namely, painting, reveals, lights, outlets and other miscellaneous hardware. Below are a couple of really cool shots of the stairs taken from the ground floor. The blue masking tape is used to protect each of the AMPG custom standoffs. As soon as all the detailing is completed in and around the stairs, we will be able to install the glass.
Over the weekend, I snapped a few photos of the Code Red house right before sunset. During sunset, you get some great reflections on the glass guardrails. Also, now you can really see the dynamic shape of the facade. There are some slight angles to the front balconies. The house steps back three feet from top to bottom.
Let’s start this post with one of our favorite spaced: the dining room. There is a double height space with a large skylight on top that creates a luminous glow to an otherwise dim corner of the house.
Below is a view from above, looking down towards the dining room
Next, the progress of the floating stair. They are doing final touch up paint and cleanup before the glass comes in. Soon, the floor protection will be removed in this zone as well.
The Easy Incline vanity with Dorn Bracht Lulu fixtures, probably our favorite combination. This is a custom designed sink that we fabricate using Caesarstone. Here, shown in Pure White.
Below is a first for us, a pot filler! Again by Dorn Bracht. You can sneak a peek at the custom stainless steel plate shelves on the left
While we are in the kitchen, some of the terrazzo has been revealed, it is so beautiful! The stainless steel toe kick on the cabinetry will really set it off. And below, one of the guest bathrooms is nearly done. We love the Royal Mosa wall tile. And here we used Axor bath fixtures.Below: the elevated decks are being installed. We used custom concrete tiles by the Concrete Collaborative. They have been one of our long time partners. The tiles are supported on pedestals by Bison
Last, we take the stairs to the roof. Stairway to Heaven?