TOUR A RAW REFINED SAN FRANCISCO HOME

 

Dorotheen Quartier

“I will say, Francis is not my typical client,” says Stephan Jones, the decorator behind art dealer Francis Mill’s new loft in San Francisco. The pair met 15 years ago, when Jones was looking for midcentury Bay Area Figurative Movement artworks for a project.

That just happens to be a specialty of Mill’s, a partner in the Hackett/Mill gallery, which recently moved to the same block as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The two men instantly realized they were kindred spirits (both were trained as visual artists — Mill also has a degree in architecture) and became friends.

So when Mill bought a space in the South of Market neighborhood, a former warehouse district that has evolved into an enclave of loft conversions and tech start-ups, Jones was his natural choice for collaborator.

“I will say, Francis is not my typical client,” says Stephan Jones, the decorator behind art dealer Francis Mill’s new loft in San Francisco. The pair met 15 years ago, when Jones was looking for midcentury Bay Area Figurative Movement artworks for a project.

That just happens to be a specialty of Mill’s, a partner in the Hackett/Mill gallery, which recently moved to the same block as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The two men instantly realized they were kindred spirits (both were trained as visual artists — Mill also has a degree in architecture) and became friends.

So when Mill bought a space in the South of Market neighborhood, a former warehouse district that has evolved into an enclave of loft conversions and tech start-ups, Jones was his natural choice for collaborator.

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