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W San Francisco is an electric urban oasis located in the heart of the city. Boasting 401 guest rooms including 12 suites, the hotel offers a hip and stylish downtown retreat. Skylab was enlisted to design the guest rooms and major amenity spaces for a multi-phased renovation including meeting and event spaces, as well as the gym (the hotel lobby is slated for the next phase). The Gold Fever design draws its inspiration from the city’s remarkable and rich history, abstracting elements from the past and present—including a healthy dose of funky elements from its psychedelic days—to marry history and culture with the hotel experience. The design features a bespoke aesthetic that is relaxed and appropriate for sleep, work, and lounging.

Skylab design team

Jeff Kovel, Design Director

Brent Grubb, Managing Principal

Tony Tranquilli, Project Architect / Project Director

Sabrina Cheung, Project Designer / Construction Administration

Amy DeVall, Interior Designer

Eddie Peraza Garzon, Furniture Design

Julia Ahlet, Interior Designer

Nick Trapani, Project Designer

Project team

Interior designer: Skylab

Model rooms construction: Plant Construction Company

Guest rooms and corridors construction: CW Horton General Contractor, Inc.

Lighting / Electrical / Plumbing Engineers: PAE

3D room scans: 3rd Eye Visual

ADA: Marx | Okubo

Specifications: m.thrailkill.architect.llc

Hospitality vendor:  Canoe Hospitality

LEED EBOM and Sustainability Consultant: WSP

Artwork: Solidarity of Unbridled Labour

Signage: Martinelli Environmental Graphics

Photography: Jason Dewey Photography; Brian Walker Lee

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