Feldman Architecture updated the outdated interior of this dwelling located in Sausalito, California. A newly retired couple owns the house now called the Sausalito Outlook, overlooking the San Francisco Bay.
The designers put the owners' unique stamp on the creative interior design and integrated their collections of vinyl records, design books, and vintage Coca-Cola bottles.
In the living room area, the architects removed one of the walls in order to open up the space and added a 9-foot tall shelving system to hold their books.
The floor-to-ceiling storage structure continues on the other walls and transitions into a storage space for their great vinyl collection.
The library area is further connected to a sitting room with floor-to-ceiling windows that frame the stunning views.
The modern furniture in the working room is extremely practical and also good-looking. An outdoor terrace functions as a relaxing space with glass panels that allow for extraordinary views of the surroundings.