Villon
Villon

project: Restaurant

location: San Francisco, California

Villon
Villon

project: Restaurant

location: San Francisco, California

proper

Situated in the restored historic lobby of the San Francisco Proper Hotel’s nearly 100-year-old landmark flatiron style building, Villon restaurant takes its name from Jacques Villon, a French Cubist painter and artist at the turn of the 20th century. Brother of the better-known Marcel Duchamp, Villon (his chosen pseudonym) preferred a more modest image, yet one just as sophisticated and accomplished. This is the essence of Villon, an intimate and richly detailed space combining furnishings and elements from various European modernist styles inside a Cubist inspired envelope.

In the main Villon dining room, the custom Negro Marquina marble and walnut bar commands the room with its brass appointed towering spirits library. The blue and black motif of the room is accented by wood, stone, metals and glass at a delicate scale. Blue ribbed wood paneling is fragmented with geometric shards of antique mirror that open-up the room with surprising vistas and reflections that create a sense of intimacy and unexpected social interaction. Various styles of custom leather dining banquettes, etched wood tables, and a two-toned patterned oak wood floor add warm, unifying elements to the sophisticated custom and vintage geometric-infused furnishings.

proper
proper Beach
proper

WELCOME

Sign up for Kelly Wearstler’s email list to be the first to hear about new arrivals and upcoming events.

Receive 10% off your first order
(exclusions apply)

Invalid Email
 

THANK YOU

Thanks for Signing up.

We'll be in touch.