With plantation shutters and lively colors, the exterior of 12 Gallagher Lane is reminiscent of artist Hunt Slonem’s two restored plantation homes in Louisiana — Albania and Lakeside — where he resides when not at his loft in Manhattan. The interior is also filled with colorful walls personally chosen to accentuate the artwork.
Inside the space period pieces such as a Roman marble bathtub, a Baccarat chandelier, ancient sculptures and a 1929 gilded piano complement the ebonized white oak floors. The building’s surrounding area was part of the Art District before the 1989 Earthquake and housed a 77-foot Keith Haring mural that survived the quake and the housing of a School Gymnasium. Award-winning, San Rafael-based EDG Interior Architecture + Design is the firm responsible for the redesign of the art salon.
Opened in 2010 this 3,300 square-foot art salon is split between a grand 2,500-foot first floor and an 800 square-foot private loft area and is located in the emerging Art District or Gallery Row —commonly known as the Moscone West and Yerba Buena Gardens district in downtown San Francisco.
To book a private viewing and introduction to 12 Gallagher Lane for your upcoming event, please email: email@example.com or call the gallery at 415-896-5700.
12 Gallagher Lane requires the use of our approved vendors to ensure the success of events held at the salon.
12 Gallagher Lane has partnered with many of San Francisco’s premier Celebrity Chef’s to create truly unique dining experiences.
12 Gallagher Lane has partnered with M.S. Emmanuel Kemiji for exclusive access to his Miura, Antiqvs and Clos Pissara projects. In 1989 Emmanuel became the thirteenth American to pass the Master Sommelier exam in London, England and one of only nine to date to pass on his first attempt. In the same year he received the “Sommelier of the Year” award.
12 Gallagher Lane,
San Francisco, CA 94103
Between Fourth & Fifth, Howard and Folsom off of Clementina Street
Receptions: 50 – 150*
Meetings: 10 – 100
Dinner: 12 – 100
Beginning at $3000
9:00am – 10:00pm
$500 per 30 minutes
Rates effective January 1, 2012