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Interiors with unique personality and a rich sense of place.


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Drawing on personality and place Unconstrained by any one aesthetic or brand, Justrich Design is free to explore a wealth of styles and traditions. Steve Justrich’s artistic approach creates an engaging and fluid design process in his one-on-one relationships with 5


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clients. In this approach, Steve views drawing as the medium that seeks and evokes, tests intuition, and is a way of “thinking aloud” on paper. The sketch is a dialog between designer and client, a touchstone of the design process that draws on a client’s personality and their sense of place. Since establishing his San Francisco-based interior design studio in 2005, Steve Justrich has created a diverse body of projects that are neither formulaic nor predictable. Steve’s formal education in Architecture and 25 years of experience in interior design allows him to 7

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effectively collaborate with architects in translating the spirit of his vision into sound designs that artfully integrate interior architecture, finishes, and furnishings. Steve values the tradition of decoration and historic styles as well as the staying power of a classic and natural modernism. He looks forward to projects that provide new challenges and exploration. Prior to establishing his own studio, Steve was principal project designer for interior architecture at Barbara Scavullo Design in San Francisco. His design leadership helped to 8

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create an impressive body of residential interior architecture for the firm between 1998 and 2003. In addition to his residential design experience, Steve served as executive director for a downtown revitalization program near Santa Fe, New Mexico, a project underwritten, in part, by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This project presented a rare opportunity to create a unified vision reflective of the diverse community’s business owners, architects, city planners, community activists, and local, state, and tribal government officials. 11

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Steve began his design career with The Hillier Group, an international architecture and interior design firm headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey. He worked on a variety of projects that included the transformation of an historic train station into an upscale restaurant, the design of The Steelcase furniture showroom in New York City, and the renovation of an industrial building into an art school for the prestigious Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. His work has been featured in Interiors, California Home and Design, Western Interiors, 12

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California Homes, Hotel and Restaurant Design, Architectural Lighting, and The San Francisco Chronicle Magazine. Steve received a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture in 1982 from The College of Arts and Architecture at Penn State University.

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San Francisco Kitchen Redux Nostalgic details meet a contemporary edge in a seamless blend that marries the best of old and new. 17

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Glen Oaks Big Sur An eco-modern makeover of a mid-century motor lodge.

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Napa Valley Guest Residence Asian-inspired architectural elements, furnishings and finishes inform a pared-down, serene setting.

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Pacific Heights Residence Sweeping interior architecture and rich detail pay tribute to the venerable American Shingle Style.

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Sea Cliff Residence This complete interior renovation of a mid-century residence captures spectacular Golden Gate views and showcases a contemporary art collection.

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Stone House Compound The main house and guest house embody classic Carmel Valley style, in keeping with the magnificent California landscape. 45

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book design: William Salit Design photography: Jose Mandojana J. Conway Hall Matthew Millman Odessa Schnieder Resident Photography All words and images Š2009 Justrich Design. All rights reserved. 48

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From complex renovation to new construction, our design studio specializes in creating beautiful interior spaces that artfully integrate interior architecture, finishes, and furnishings. 1256 8th Avenue, no.1 San Francisco, CA 94122 415.682.8744 steve@justrichdesign.com justrichdesign.com


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