When developer Maximus Real Estate Partners decided to transform the luxury rental tower One Rincon Hill into luxury condo building The Harrison, they enlisted celebrated interior designer Ken Fulk to take part in the process. Fulk has been part of the entire concept design, from the residences to the common areas and the amenities. New renderings released today—the first of the new design—show condos with soaring floor-to-ceiling windows and high-end finishes.
The 298-unit building sits high atop Rincon Hill, meaning that even the lower floors have views. Fulk, who is behind the design at private club The Battery and the Mark Hopkins Hotel, says that he wanted the spaces at The Harrison to feel "as if they had evolved over time." He notes that "too often communal design feels anonymous, as if you must strive to please everyone—which in the end comes across as soulless, like you could be anywhere. San Francisco is anything but anonymous." We're especially looking forward to seeing his designs for the building's Sky Lounge, which is being touted as the highlight of the building and a place where world-renowned chefs, art, and entertainment will come together for the new residents.
· Ken Fulk-Designed The Harrison Ready to Launch in Rincon Hill [Curbed SF]
· The Harrison [Official Site]