For this years Decorator Showcase in San Francisco, Glenda Flaim designed a chiseled yet spacious bedroom for Butler Armsden Architects which included side tables fabricated by Blank & Cables. Flaim’s design was inspired by Bay Area architectural legend, Julia Morgan, the designer of the mansion that housed the 2015 Decorator Showcase. In Julia Morgan’s long and prolific career she designed over 700 buildings in California. Her legacy flows through the Bay Area, having made her mark in designing buildings such as Hearst Castle, Chapel of the Chimes, and Berkeley City Club. Her many architectural contributions to Mills College included their gymnasium, the first reinforced concrete structure on the west coast. Flaim’s muted and minimal design, which is reminiscient of Morgan’s pioneering use of concrete, includes blackened, waterjet cut steel side tables fabricated by Blank & Cables.
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