Flamboyant apartments in a San Francisco tower

This 49-storey tower offers eye-catching interiors and unparalleled views

The Ken Fulk-designed Uncle Harry’s residents’ club at The Harrison in San Francisco, apartments from $1m
The Ken Fulk-designed Uncle Harry’s residents’ club at The Harrison in San Francisco, apartments from $1m

Neutral, neutral, neutral has been the overriding design diktat for developers in recent years, but the approach at San Francisco’s The Harrison (theharrisonsf.com; from $1m) proves it doesn’t have to be so. Perched on Rincon Hill, the 49-floor tower has unparalleled views of San Francisco Bay, though its flamboyant interiors are what really sets it apart. In the top-floor residents’ lounge Uncle Harry’s, Ken Fulk – the city’s go-to event planner and interior designer – has gone boldly eclectic, introducing dazzling jade lacquer paint, brass fretwork, black marble and tiger print. And, unlike the wedding Fulk helped to plan for Napster co-founder Sean Parker or the party he threw for Jean Paul Gaultier, instant access will be granted to anyone purchasing the one-, two- or three‑bedroom apartments.

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