(SAN FRANCISCO) – Hines, the international real estate firm, has been a longtime proponent of public art enhancing the community, and the sculpture at 33 Tehama, the firm’s newest 35-story multifamily high-rise in San Francisco, is no exception. World-renowned, Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama’s vibrant Flowers That Bloom at Midnight was recently installed in the plaza outside the tower lobby for the enjoyment of residents and the public.
The competition for renters in this city is heating up so much that a new San Francisco apartment tower offers butler service included in the rent.
Developer Hines offers a service known as "Hello, Alfred" that provides weekly cleaning and grocery delivery services at its new 33 Tehama Street tower. The butler service is also on call to organize closets or pantries, run errands, order catering for a dinner party or score theater tickets, all for an additional fee.
When architects Robert Edmonds and Vivian Lee moved from New York City to San Francisco, they discovered something many outsiders don’t know about the City by the Bay: The fog is not distributed equitably.
As anyone who has spent time in SF will attest, there are parts of the city that are warmer and sunnier than others. This couple, partners in life and in the firm Edmonds + Lee Architects, found this fact out the hard way—they moved to Twin Peaks, a neighborhood that’s foggier than many.
The refined designs for the public art to adorn the 35-story, 403-unit apartment building nearing completion at 33 Tehama Street (a.k.a. 41 Tehama) will be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission on Thursday afternoon.
Yayoi Kusama’s Flowers That Bloom At Midnight sculpture will be set on a base in front of 33 Tehama’s lobby plaza on the southwestern side of the tower which will eventually connect to the future Oscar Park.
In addition, a series of Kusama’s characteristic polka dots will be incorporated in the plaza’s paving and two oval planters will provide permanent seating along with some additional green and shade.
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