Our San Francisco gallery space – a departure from the traditional gallery format – opened in 2013, in the storied Pacific Heights district. In 2018, the original gallery was expanded with the vision of offering guests a sense of imminent discovery with interconnected rooms and a residential, yet innovative tone. Like its brethren in New York and Los Angeles, the San Francisco location eschews the traditional gallery format with the addition of an apartment-like space, which changes frequently. With minimal architectural intervention, the apartment balances a sense of immersion with typical NoCal approachability.

Like all of The Future Perfect galleries, it’s all in the mix –  favorites such as Lindsay Adelman, Piet Hein Eek, and Cathrine Raben Davidsen accompany newer discoveries, like Chen Chen & Kai Williams and Bari Ziperstein. And this being California, many of our favorite local artists and craftspeople feature prominently, including Adam Pogue for Commune and Charles de Lisle.

3085 Sacramento Street
San Francisco, CA