In 2009, Peter Glikshtern, Jones’ founder, discovered that the lower level of the historic Gaylord Hotel, San Francisco’s “Landmark 159,” had been vacant for decades. With a sprawling outdoor patio that extends all the way to Geary Street, the rooftop rubble was clearly an amazing venue waiting to happen. Shortly thereafter, the space went through a complete renovation and interior redesign for a 2010 Jones opening.
To bring elements of the historic building’s Spanish Colonial Revival architecture into the new space, Glikshtern worked with architect Kyle Reicher of Ferrous Studios Inc., to zero in on a key design element of the period: the wrought iron grilles in front of the hotel lobby.
With custom metalwork, the pattern was modernized and repeated throughout Jones—from the large gates that welcome guests to the guard railsto the ornate metal wall between the main stairs and the main room.
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