One Pacific ResidenceThe exclusivity of the materials used, coupled with the exacting expectations of the owner, set the bar high for construction of this 5,600 SF penthouse residence. Intense coordination and communication with many of the project's subcontractors was required to achieve the quality the owner expected.
The project – completed on time and within budget – was for a large developer who expected and received the highest level of quality from the Charter team. The entire scope of the project – from pre-planning to close-out – incorporated concise and exacting communication as well as and top-notch craftsmanship.
The home features high-end finishes throughout; including Venetian plaster, leather floors, quarter sawn wide plank white oak flooring, book matched anigre paneling, pommele paneling and French limestone cut and polished in Italy.
All casework, doors and moldings were pre-finished by a craftsman in British Columbia, requiring thorough and precise review of submittals and dimensions. Quality control was also crucial to ensure the high-end plaster work – which was performed by a San Francisco-based subcontractor and put in place after the finished cabinetry and doors were installed – was applied carefully and with consistent color throughout the space.
Because the penthouse had extensive windows on the south, we installed a unique and custom-designed air conditioning system to reduce heat gain and to ensure the comfort of the residents.
Architect: Stephen Sullivan Architects
Location: Seattle, Washington