Contemporary Modernist Eating Area
The large patio doors, from , open effortlessly onto the backyard and are impervious to wind and weather. Steel decking from is screwed into the ceiling rafters above the dining room and kitchen. The owner wanted to paint it, as well as the facade of the house, the precise color of the Golden Gate Bridge. He learned that Fireweed (SW 6328) by was the closest color available to consumers. Most of the lighting in the kitchen is made from utilitarian electrical conduit. Residential LED lighting was too expensive, so he adapted LED lights for tow trucks and service vehicles, purchased from .