Jackson Street

Dawson and Clinton transformed a dated 2,500 square foot building into a luxurious four bedroom, three-bath contemporary condominium. To contribute to the architecture of the neighborhood, the building’s design was created to compliment the surrounding homes while eluding to the contemporary aesthetic of the interior.


Wood is used throughout the home as a consistent element to provide a contrast between these warm tones and the minimalistic theme where clean lines are emphasized.


This San Francisco condominium features a Bulthaup kitchen with white glass and walnut paneling. The layout of the kitchen works to make the space feel open, and emphasize the overall design approach.

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