Touring the San Francisco Decorator Showcase
May 22, 2021
For the 2021 San Francisco Decorator Showcase, ten of the West Coast’s leading interior design firms created their own virtual visions for 1080 Chestnut Street, a Russian Hill penthouse. The modern, urban interior reflect the international character of the city’s diverse design community.
On the market for the first time in 50 years, the 5,445-sq.-ft. penthouse boasts soaring ceilings and grand entertaining rooms complemented by oversized windows. Positioned northernmost to offer sensational vistas, the corner living room and family room with fireplaces are adjoined by a central wet bar. Eleven-foot glass panels slide open to the panoramic view terrace – one of six outdoor spaces surrounding the Penthouse.
Due to ongoing public health concerns around COVID-19, a typical live, in-person San Francisco Decorator Showcase event was not possible this season. Instead, there is an interactive virtual 3-D experience created by Steelblue, a creative agency that works exclusively with elite developers and architects to promote premier properties.
Since 1977, the Showcase has raised more than $17 million to benefit the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program, which helps to bring a rich diversity of backgrounds and perspectives to the top-rated school and increases financial and cultural capacity to support every qualified student.
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