340 Fremont Street Interiors

Client Equity Residential
Location San Francisco, CA
Project Type Interiors
Status Completed in 2016

A palette of natural materials brings a casual yet sophisticated warmth to the public spaces.

340 Fremont’s entry experience is grounded in a Northern Californian sensibility. A palette of natural materials brings a casual yet sophisticated warmth to the public spaces. Crafted walnut paneling and light beige floors echo the beaches and woodlands of the surrounding environment. Open, loft-like ceilings of walnut slats define seating areas with classic, yet modern seating groups of high-backed leather: equally ideal for the morning paper or early evening conversation.

The Resident’s Club is inspired by the Californian winery experience – modern yet rustic. The Club is light-filled and has great views out to the city and the 9th floor terrace. The design of the terrace and the club were meant for season-round use.

Within the Club there are large communal tables for laptop work and coffee in the daytime (the Coffee House experience). The Club also provides an informal dining experience centered upon a demonstration kitchen, which also serves as a resident breakfast bar, daytime coffee station, or wet-bar in the evening, ideal for exclusive private functions. The materials echo the ground floor lobbies: wood and stone and wood lining the walls, complimenting a bleached oak floor, and soft furnishings, in earth-toned linens and leathers.

The residences are rooted in the tones of the city: the silver light of morning fog, the warm greys and whites of the San Francisco skyline, and the driftwood tones of the Presidio and Crissy Field. These references marry with the driftwood-grey wide plank floors. The unit kitchens’ high-gloss white cabinets reflect the city’s ever-changing light.

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The Resident’s Club is inspired by the Californian winery experience – modern yet rustic. 

The Club is light-filled and has great views out to the city and the 9th floor terrace.

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