Signature Details: The Smallest Intricacies of The Harrison’s Largest Penthouse
Soaring 500 feet above the city below, The Harrison’s 17 luxurious penthouses are undoubtedly grand. The Signature Collection includes 3-bedroom penthouses, each comprising half of an entire floor, as well as 2-bedroom penthouses, occupying full corners of the building’s west and east sides. The largest half-floor abodes boast an impressive 3,214 square feet, replete with sophisticated interiors and, of course, intricate details that give rise to an elegant sky-high oasis. Below, get an inside look into the little things that make our half-floor penthouse the biggest—both literally and figuratively.
The most intricate details don’t always reside within. In fact, one of the Signature Collection’s most awe-inspiring attributes sits just beyond its 100’ expanse of floor-to-ceiling windows. From this half-floor citadel, residents can revel in far-reaching Bay Bridge, city and marina views—offering one of the most unobstructed sightlines in all of San Francisco. With an inrush of natural light year-round, the interior becomes a sunlit canvas for any homeowner to realize their greatest decorative ambitions.
If you keep your eyes peeled upon entering, you’ll note that diagonal-planked Siberian oak floors produce a soothing, neutral palette to use as a starting point for any interior designs. And like the flooring, custom Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry provides the ideal canvas to complement incoming light. Just as subtly impressive are the white slab Carrara marble countertops, illuminating the kitchen for an epicure’s most-coveted domain.
Throughout the penthouse, Waterworks unlacquered brass fixtures add a touch of subdued elegance in otherwise bright spaces. And, lest we not forget the herringbone tile that clads the bathroom floors or custom Mechoshade window treatments that afford the most comfortable escape from the day’s bookend. Here, life is elevated by the most understated luxuries. Everywhere you look, you’ll always be pleasantly surprised.