PCH is honored to be featured in Luxe Interiors + Design’s 2019 Gold List which is a select guide to the architects, interior designers, home builders and landscape architects whose projects were featured in the magazine. You can view our page here.
PCH built this estate for a family leaving San Francisco for better weather and a yard to raise their young family. The curving staircase and extensive stonework throughout are some of the distinct features that make this property stand out. Every detail was thoughtfully considered. Stone, cedar and dark steel were used throughout. Thermally broken steel windows and doors open to outdoor sitting areas and an organic garden, a new pool and putting green complete the serene environment. Read more in Luxe Magazine.
Architect: Richard Beard Architects
Landscape Architect: Lutsko Associates
Designer: Kelly Hohla Interiors
Construction Manager: Whiteside Construction Management
Photographer: Paul Dyer
Location: San Francisco Peninsula
Square Footage: 13,000 sq. ft.
ICAA Julia Morgan Award
San Francisco, May 2018 – PCH’s Pacific Heights Victorian project was awarded the 2018 Julia Morgan Award for interior design and decoration. It was recognized for a bold, yet timeless approach to Classicism. By bringing renowned designer Atelier Ugo Sap’s vision to life, PCH delivered on the client’s request for something different. Integrating modernism with twenty-first century technology, we added distinctive features throughout the three-story Pacific Heights Victorian, from hand-painted hardwood flooring to exquisite custom-plastered ceilings.
Battle of the Chefs
PCH President, Bryan Murphy, along with other San Francisco Bay Area leading architects, builders, interior designers, landscape architects and top industry partners participated in the Battle of the Chefs 2018 Iron Chef Culinary Competition put on by Luxe Interiors + Design and Riggs Distributing. Bryan showed off his cooking skills along with his teammates, Bill Darcy (NKBA), George Brazil (SagreraBrazil Design), Jeff Goodwin (BAR Architects), Annie Cheung (NOON Home), and their team leader, Chef Ivan Dubriwny from Riggs Distributing. Spectators were there to cheer on their favorite teams while the competition unfolded throughout the evening. The teams were all competing for bragging rights of the Luxe Master Chef title. In true Iron Chef fashion, the fast-paced kitchen competition was brimming with culinary adventure and fun. As each team faced off in the timed culinary competition, the ingredients were kept secret until the competition began and each team worked together to create their most impressive appetizer, entrée and dessert. A lucky panel of judges got to taste the dishes and vote for their favorites. Everyone in attendance enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and the lively competition!