On the 8th story of an exclusive cooperative building, this full-floor high-rise project required in-depth advance planning and coordination, and meticulous craftsmanship of its high-end finishes.

A total gut and remodel, two significant changes to the main building’s infrastructure were driven by the design. To achieve the open plan, centralized services and structure were moved to the perimeter without disturbing the units above and below. New window openings were cut to maximize views of the Bay and Golden Gate bridge, accomplished by workers hanging off the building’s exterior.

  • San Francisco, California
    • Gary Jerabeck Architecture
    • Candace Cavanaugh Interiors

The Parisian-style interior features extremely intricate woodwork, such as the dining room’s radius crown moldings and baseboards, in keeping with the sophistication of our client’s exquisite art collection. Our craftsmen also built custom furniture for the apartment, including a carved media console with electronic lift to conceal the TV.

Our work was completed well within the building’s 8-month construction mandate, having staged the project in distinct packages and craned in all materials.

I have worked on numerous upscale projects with Andrew McHale and Design Line. Their work is detail oriented, precise and timely, while producing top quality finishes. They are problem solvers who know how to get the job done.
— Gary Jerabeck, Architect