The architectural wonder of this incredible building provided endless inspiration for our designs. Originally built in 1907, the Mission Meeting Hall was once home to the SF Socialist Party, and later served as a dance and performance theater. Our clients wanted a playful and inviting space where they could host large gatherings for friends. The expansive common spaces include a 15' long dining table, open kitchen and living room with multiple seating areas. We love the way the custom neon chandelier floats effortlessly from the grand 30' vaulted ceilings, and the juxtaposition of the intimate library against the main room, which sits just off to the side. We wanted this small space to feel like a rich jewel box in contrast to the large open space, and used a rich emerald palette, layered with pattern and texture to do so.