San Francisco is known for its cool summers, fog, steep rolling hills, eclectic mix of architecture and historical landmarks. Also, San Francisco is full of gorgeous homes and awesome living spaces – that’s what brings us here today. Today, One Hundred will be exploring the best design projects in San Francisco, and in other renowned cities of the US!
Gitane by Mister Important Design
In the overtly liberal land of San Francisco we find Guitane. An amazing restaurant designed by Mister Important Design, a local studio, that match the look of this premier restaurant to its premier food!
Presidio Heights – Residential Project full of art by Eche Martinez
A San Francisco family enlisted Eche Martinez to lead the redesign of this historic five-bedroom residence to return grandeur to a 1926 Presidio Heights residence which, over time, had been stripped down to a series of ‘white box’ rooms, devoid of character or architectural interest. The main goal of the project was reinjecting the residence with its lost sense of classical elegance while conveying a visual language that felt current, livable, and inviting, as well as creating a proper showcase for the client’s extensive contemporary art collection.
Quince Restaurant by Heller Manus Architects.
Potentially being the most beautiful space of all places to eat in San Francisco in the former home of Myth, in the Financial District. Quince is the epitome of San Francisco fine dining. The interiors were designed by Heller Manus Architects.
San Francisco Bay Project by Applegate Tran Interiors
The award-winning team of Vernon Applegate and Gioi Tran, combines over 20 years of residential interior design practice in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York City and with international projects in Asia. This particular Interior Design Project in Pacific Heights located on top of a San Francisco hill features such furniture design pieces that our readers will completely fall in love with it.
San Francisco Proper Hotel by Kelly Weartsler
With amazing interiors by famed designer Kelly Wearstler, the San Francisco Proper Hotel could not be more of a departure than the 1907 building’s flatiron-shaped red-brick façade. A mash-up of styles, colors, and patterns dominates every corner: bold wallpaper clashes with plaid upholstery and bare wooden floors, staff wear checkered suits and floral ties. It’s bohemian and eclectic and, somehow, it all works.
Scarlet Huntington Hotel by Forrest Perkins
Atop Nob Hill we can find the Scarlet Huntington, an upscale 134-room hotel that’s described as a posh boutique hotel with a lush lobby and traditional restaurant attracting a mature clientele. This hotel recently got a 15 Million Dollar Renovation led by design group Forrest Perkins that transformed this historical hotel in a new city gem!
San Francisco Residence by YØDEZEEN
They offer a bespoke and multi-disciplinary approach to high-end design. The studio has an extensive international experience in both residential and commercial projects including restaurants, offices, fitness centers as well as private houses and luxury apartments.
The Ritz-Carlton San Francisco by HBA
Created by design group HBA in a stately century-old building whose colonnaded facade resembles the U.S. Supreme Court building, this Ritz-Carlton maintains the conservative classiness that defines the chain: traditional oil paintings on the walls, fresh orchids, marble everywhere, and more chandeliers than you can count.
The St. Regis San Francisco by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Anyone talking about urban luxury is surely talking about the St. Regis San Francisco, which occupies a 40-story SoMa tower within spitting distance of the Museum of Modern Art near the financial district. This amazing hotel was created by the top design company Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Waterbar by Pat Kuleto
With one of the best views in the city, Waterbar treats guests to their menu amidst the backdrop of the Bay Bridge and Treasure Island. Pat Kuleto’s unique design for Waterbar features an extravagant, cascading oyster bar and dramatic floor-to-ceiling aquariums, which serve as the restaurant’s focal point.