San Francisco’s resident scene-setter Ken Fulk has a full dance card this season. After designing a fashion week installation for the designers Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard in September, the interior designer is pulling back the curtain on his first for-sale residential project in his hometown and toasting to his first book, “Mr. Ken Fulk’s Magical World,” with parties on both coasts.
The Harrison, in downtown San Francisco at 401 Harrison Street, is a 298-unit luxury tower that provides a downtown option for moneyed residents who perhaps haven’t graduated to a five-story mansion up the hill. It includes a private 49th floor, 3,500-foot lounge called Uncle Harry’s, which is set to open next month, but will be the site of a party to celebrate the new book on Thursday. Fulk said he designed the space, which has 100 feet of windows that look out unto the Bay Bridge and Treasure Island, to evoke both San Francisco’s past and it’s future-looking present.
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