21st Street Residence, a Scandinavian-style apartment in the Mission District of San Francisco, is home to a successful bachelor who loves to entertain. His casual lifestyle paired with the exposed wood beams and bright openness of the space inspired the relaxed design concept by Geremia Design. With furniture versatility as a priority, Geremia selected a modular sectional, vintage bar cart and stacking dining chairs to support various gathering arrangements. The combination of vintage and modern pieces reinforces the contrast inherent in the building’s original wood structure and modern whitewash finishes. The design team curated a fresh and striking art collection by artists Noemie Goudal, Tauba Auerbach and Josef Hoflehner as a bold opposition to the subdued palette of the space. Masculine details and clean lines contribute to a casual aesthetic that complements the building’s architecture. Solo Dining Table by Neri&Hu features in the dining room.
Photo credit: Aubrie Pick