A Look at Floor Plan E, Beautifully Styled by Three Different Designers
From its striking SoMa locale to its gold-accented grand entrance, The Harrison captivates from every angle. And when you step inside? A world brought to life by esteemed interior designers unravels in exquisite details, alluring artworks, strategically positioned white space and stately architecture. Here, an eclectic, sophisticated warmth characterizes each space throughout, while residences fully embrace a distinct flair of their own. Even The Harrison’s indistinguishable open-concept floor plans transform at the touch of each unique designer, differing dramatically to best suit the homeowner’s style. Below, take a look at how three renowned, wildly different designers executed the same sought-after layout.
Bay Area designer Katie O’neill’s recently designed residence at The Harrison was thoughtfully curated to align with the resident’s affinity for a maximalist, modern and bold sensibility. Her work was largely inspired by reviewing ‘a day in the life’ of the future dweller, in which entertaining and caring for a new puppy was high priority. To accommodate these needs, the residence harmonizes functional design and furniture placement with luxurious details — such as textured golds and blacks prevailed with pops of jewel tones and navy blue accents.
Bay Area designer Kirsten Pike is celebrated for her timeless, modern design and her most recent project at The Harrison is no exception. Refined and elegant, Kirsten’s work is brilliantly poised to embrace San Francisco’s most iconic view. Here, each space reveals an elevated sanctuary where every detail — such as Kirsten’s celebrated wall design — is thoughtfully placed to give dimension, add cohesion and realize a polished, luxurious feel.
World-renowned interior designer Ken Fulk was integral in shaping The Harrison’s visual identity. From amenity spaces like Uncle Harry’s and the Grand Salon, his distinct touch is recognizable and applauded throughout each and every story of our SoMa high-rise. Beyond social and common areas, Ken Fulk also designed four model homes. His approach marries vintage furnishings with the chic contemporary, bringing to fruition effortless class and charm to each of his thoughtfully curated residences.