The Harrison’s recently-launched one- and two-bedroom residences have garnered acclaim from luxury-lifestyle publication Robb Report. In an article that covers the unveiling of The Harrison’s newest residences, the publication lauds the “cosmopolitan and chic” residences, where homeowners boast access to an array of high-end, Ken Fulk-designed amenities, to boot.
Upon entering The Harrison’s Grand Salon, Ken Fulk’s “delightfully eccentric” design choices immediately captivate amongst the two-story space, showcasing a highly sophisticated interior rife with meaningful and vintage details throughout. Fulk’s characteristic designs are carried upward to the 49th floor, where the “swanky, emerald-green lounge” that is Uncle Harry’s affords residents a private, cultivated retreat to unwind as the sun sets just beyond the Bay Bridge.
Yet, while Fulk’s outstanding amenities have secured The Harrison much recognition, Robb Report sheds light on the homely heart of the building. The one- and two-bedroom residences designed by Kara Smith “function as secluded sky sanctuaries,” abounding with Siberian oak floors, elegant Carrara marble, as well as state-of-the-art appliances and details, all of which are accented by Smith’s high-end designs and custom furnishings. With unlacquered brass finishes and suede wallpaper, among countless other sophisticated details, the residences are an essential extension of The Harrison’s amenitized and architectural refinement.
Learn more about The Harrison’s one- two- and three-bedroom residences.