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Roza Fedowsmakan stands in a fuchsia walk-through that serves as an unofficial entryway to her home’s courtyard and reflects the color of the courtyard’s Hong Kong orchid trees.
Looking toward the street, Roza’s home utilizes a small alley for her car in place of a garage, giving her access to both her Softwarehouse offices and her home.
The lone traditional door in the house is a fuchsia door that closes off the master bathroom.
A rusted steel door stands alone in the home’s courtyard, one of the artistic installations that was part of Luis Salazar’s vision.
A fountain trickles from a rusted steel backing in the courtyard, another one of the home’s unique artistic installations.
The home’s dining area is anchored by a custom light fixture and flows through to the open kitchen and dining area.
A piece of Roza Fedowsmakan’s original work hangs over a rustic leather couch in the home’s living room, which is enclosed with an eggplant-colored wall.
Backlit, pressed tatami mats conceal storage along an entire wall in the home’s family room.
By day, the fire wand is difficult to identify. By night, flames sprout from the pipe and heat the rusted steel plate behind it, warming those sitting around it.
A foodie’s dream, the sleek counter in the home’s kitchen, equipped with a commercial-style chef’s prep table, runs nearly the entire length of the kitchen and dining area.
A holdover from the space’s previous owner, a custom furniture maker, the drawers in the kitchen are uniquely deep, reaching underneath the entire depth of the counter.
The commercial-inspired kitchen leads to a sitting room connected to the master bedroom, separated only by fogged, sliding glass doors.
Floor to ceiling enclosed pantries compensate for the lack of cupboards over the kitchen counter.
The sitting area just off the master bedroom features a fuchsia wall, a nod to the blooms in the courtyard, and sliding doors that hide an organized closet.
The home is accented over and over with rusted steel, including as part of an entryway gate that leads to the home’s courtyard.
The inside of Fedowmakan’s home office, offset from the main living area, features custom lighting, a massive white board and a collaborative idea space.
The industrial-style exterior of the office features a block wall, rusted steel sliding glass doors and wrap-around windows.
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