Meet Residence 26B: Two-Bedroom Framed by City & Twin Peaks Views

From The Harrison’s remaining available residences comes this two-bedroom floor plan set to far-reaching city and Twin Peaks views beyond floor-to-ceiling windows. This residence is replete with high-end finishes throughout, including diagonal-planked Siberian Oak floors, polished white slab Carrara marble countertops and unlacquered Waterworks brass fixtures. Set high above the city, yet moments from San Francisco’s most sought-after restaurants, shops and local attractions, this residence brings to fruition a deluxe lifestyle marked by five-star amenities, 24/7 concierge service and inimitable details selected by renowned designer Ken Fulk.

Floor Plan

Through the entry hallway, ideal for an art collector, is the state-of-the-art kitchen, complete with Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry, polished Carrara marble counters and Bertazzoni and Subzero appliances. Joining the kitchen is the formal dining area and great room, both embraced by expansive windows. This integrated living and dining space captivates from sunrise to sundown with unobstructed views of the San Francisco skyline and Twin Peaks.


From the dining area, one can access the home’s balcony, which serves as the ideal spot to unwind and revel in city views while high above the bustle below. Additionally, one of the home’s bedrooms resides just off the living and dining room, boasting extensive views of Twin Peaks.

Master Bedroom

To the right of the entry hallway, the master suite embodies a truly posh city retreat. Featuring a spa-like bath and expansive San Francisco views, the master realizes a cozy haven in the sky. Here, one can escape the hustle of urban living and dwell both comfortably and luxuriously.

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The Travel Apps Our Residents Can’t Leave Without

Out with travel agents, in with travel apps. Planning a trip, whether that be a family vacation or corporate retreat, can seem daunting at first—but, if you have a smartphone, you’re in luck. Our residents at The Harrison are true jet setters with a knack for seamless travel, tracking down top-tier restaurants and must-see attractions, so be sure to download their favorite apps below to get away like a pro.


A map-based city guide to hotspots and activities within your vicinity, Sidekix is the ultimate urban exploration planner. If you’re traveling to a major city in the near future, this app will quickly become your go-to for all things food, drink, culture and transportation. With Sidekix, you can see the most highly rated places around you, including curated guides specially chosen by local bloggers. And, most importantly, you can personalize your route by tailoring it to your specific needs. Looking for the area’s trendiest coffee spot? Say no more.


When it comes to finding the cheapest flights, Hopper is an absolute must. The app predicts when flight fares will drop with remarkable accuracy so you know exactly when to book. All you have to do is choose a destination then you’ll get a calendar that shows the best days over a six-month period to purchase airfare. And, better yet, if you want Hopper to keep an eye on a specific flight for you, it’ll send you a notification for when it’s time to book.


Let’s admit it: packing isn’t fun. If you’ve ever wanted to hire someone to pack for you, PackPoint is the next best thing. The app creates a custom packing list just for you, based on all of your trip details. All that’s required from you is to fill in your itinerary, possible weather conditions, activities or other important details. Then, voilá—you’ll receive a precise list of clothing (including quantity), toiletries and any other items you should bring. You also have the option to save the list for future trips or to share with someone else.


Roadtrippers is the cream of the crop when it comes to planning the perfect road trip to discover the most extraordinary places, hotels and city guides in America. So, whether you’re planning an epic cross-country trip or a weekend escape, Roadtrippers is sure to locate something incredible within 5 minutes of your current location. The app helps you find the best local diners, quirky roadside attractions, scenic points, national parks, hotels and so much more. Whatever it is that you wish to accomplish, Roadtrippers has your back.

Designer Spotlight: Kirsten Pike’s Take on Timeless Modernity in Two New Harrison Abodes

Renowned Bay Area designer Kirsten Pike strikes the perfect balance between timeless and modern design, and her most recent projects at The Harrison are perhaps the greatest representation of this aesthetic philosophy. Driven by the desire to fulfill her clients’ most inherent wants and needs, Kirsten has effortlessly transformed both spaces into refined yet liveable sky-high sanctuaries for the owners to lovingly call home. We sat down with Kirsten to get a look inside her artistic process and these two beautiful new abodes at The Harrison that maximize the most important aspect of all: San Francisco’s iconic views.

Kristen Pike

What are your favorite trending tips for homeowners who want to maximize their space?

Be unafraid. Look at what you need and know that there’s a solution. Platform beds, for instance, are great in every bedroom in your condo. You can store things underneath them that you rarely need or, perhaps, things that are dear to you but you’d rather not put in storage. They’re very practical if you don’t want to clutter your closets with certain pieces, too. The perfect example is the platform bed I put in this master bedroom on the 19th floor.

Master BedroomResidence on the 19th Floor

How long have you been designing in the San Francisco area?

Kirsten Pike Design has been designing in the San Francisco area for more than 11 years.

You’ve designed two residences in The Harrison so far. What was your inspiration for the aesthetics in these spaces?

My clients are always my first inspiration. I design for people, not for spaces. I zero in on my clients’ aesthetics and then I take it to the highest level within their budget and the freedom they give me. At The Harrison, the spectacular views in every direction dictate a lot of my suggestions to my clients and our collaborative decisions.

Living RoomResidence on the 30th Floor

What was your favorite piece from these completed spaces?

My favorite piece isn’t really an object but rather the way I strategically use wallpaper and wall designs—such as wood cladding in the living room and kitchen area in one of the residences—to give dimension to flat walls and create an ambiance without distracting from the overall decor. The designs are meant to complement each piece and create a sense of cohesion throughout while enhancing the overall look and feel.

How did you incorporate the views of the Bay Bridge into your designs?

The views take center stage in both condos; and, therefore, the decor is subdued so as not to overpower the views but instead flow with them. The indoor and outdoor spaces complement each other and come together as a whole. The color palette, shape and material of every single piece of furniture somehow relates to the exterior while both softening and blending in with the views. It’s a true indoor-outdoor experience living at The Harrison.

Living RoomResidence on the 30th Floor

It seems like you often mix high and low in your creations. What are your go-to brands and retailers that consistently have great finds?

I like to mix high and low in my creations as it’s a great way to balance any budget. CB2 is a great, inexpensive resource and not all of it is ultra-modern if that’s what you want to veer away from. However, not all their pieces are created equal so pick carefully. Design Within Reach isn’t inexpensive but most pieces are available almost immediately. Again, if very modern isn’t your goal, you can pick meticulously and blend these more modern pieces with more traditional or transitional pieces and obtain a great look. Ask a professional if in doubt. That’s what we’re here for.

To learn more about Kirsten Pike Design, visit

Living RoomResidence on the 19th Floor