Slideshow: Californian architects Garcia Tamjidi have completed a studio apartment in San Francisco that looks more like an art gallery or showroom.
Designed for a couple who race motorcycles in their spare time, the apartment has yet to be furnished and currently features a motorbike as its central showpiece.
Other pieces of art and sculpture are sparingly located around an open-plan living room that is split into two tiers.
A group of closets are clustered at the centre of the space to provide storage for the entire apartment.
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Photography is by Joe Fletcher.
Here's some more information from the architects:
Private Residence, San Francisco, California
Designed for a couple whose hobby is racing motorcycles and setting world land speed records, this flat becomes a private retreat from an adrenaline charged lifestyle.
Originally a two bedroom, one and a half bath condominium, the floor plan was stripped of all but completely utilitarian necessities.
Organized around a very long double-sided storage wall, retracting fabric scrims are used to create more private areas.
The interior view, a place to relax, meditate and dream, provides a counterpoint to the openness of city and water views.
Project Size: 1,325 square feet
Project Completed: January 2012
Architect: Garcia Tamjidi Architecture Design
General Contractor: M J Moore Design and Construction
Furniture: B&B Italia Terminal 1 Day Bed by Jean-Marie Massaud
Art: Sleep 25, Sleep 26 by Gottfried Helnwein, courtesy of Modernism, San Francisco, California
Sink: Sabbia by Boffi
Faucet: Liquid by Boffi
Watercloset: Aquia by Toto
Shower: Just Rain by Dornbracht
Bathtub: Iceland Monoblock by Boffi Bathtub Filler: Liquid by Boffi
Powder Room Sink: Zone by Boffi
Powder Room Faucet: Square Rub by Agape Kitchen Sink: Super Single by Blanco Kitchen Faucet: Vela by MGS
Oven/Range: by Meile