Interiors are inspired by renowned designer Pierre Cardin / ©DavidLivingston
The residence has views across the city to the north and west / ©DavidLivingston
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The new residence makes the most of its unique position in San Francisco’s skyline, with views across the city to the north and west. From the apartment, it is possible to see almost all of the city’s famous landmarks including City Hall, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Transamerica Pyramid and the beautiful San Francisco Bay.
The views are not the only highlight of this two-bedroom residence, however. Its interiors have been meticulously curated by design-master Orlando Diaz-Azcuy to include luxurious finishes such as French oak hardwood floors, Valcucine kitchen casework and a full-height Arabescato Corchi marble wrapping in the bathroom. While the interiors have been designed by MASS Beverly, artwork that is currently being exhibited in the apartment has been chosen by Holly Baxter, of Holly Baxter & Associates.
“I was inspired by the elegant and futuristic Pierre Cardin inspired design that MASS Beverly created in this ultra-luxury high-rise home and my intention with the selection of artworks was to ground this home with imagery of nature, the Northern California landscape and the human figure in the entry, living and dining rooms,” says Baxter. “In the bedroom and study, I introduced dreamy, meditative forms and a color palette to inspire creativity and create a calming and restorative space.”
“The entry and living rooms feature two works by renowned California photographers Richard Misrach, and Katy Grannan,” Baxter continues. “The bedroom, study and hallway include works by Laura Owen, Dash Manley and Chris Ofili. The artworks were consignee from the Fraenkel Gallery and from Crown Point Press in San Francisco.”
From $5,400,000. Visit 181fremont.com for full details.