eclectic. strong. patterned. fresh.
San Francisco

Albert Pissis’ iron shaped building dated 1904 on the intersection of  Market, McAllister and Jones Street has a new agenda since the end of 2018.

In the direct neighborhood of tech companies and fast food restaurants run by Michelin chefs, designer sets her focus on an eclectic mix of strong colors and patterns, rich textures, classic design pieces and local art.

Stucco meets modern art, checkered seats meet flowered rugs, 60s design meets Art déco. The result feels fresh but could also stem from a totally different era.

The wall facings in the rooms that have been inspired by European vintage graphics from different countries are a true highlight. Kelly Wearstler says: “The placement of four patterns in a single room was an opportunity to modernize these classic works and to give each guest room depth and dimension.”


Albert Pissis

Interior Design

Kelly Wearstler,


Vintage, Aireloom and custom made by Kelly Wearstler


1100 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA