Opened in the fall of 2019, the Grand Hyatt at SFO (San Francisco International Airport) represents a state-of-the-art hospitality experience that defies expectations. This new, 237 million dollar, 351-key property with 14,000+ square feet of meeting space, welcomes both international and local guests, alike, with its sustainable, purposeful design that celebrates the region’s history, culture, and geography.
In partnership with architects Hornberger + Worstell and associate ED21, BraytonHughes Design Studios, a global San Francisco-based interiors and architecture firm, devised interiors for guestrooms, lobby, public areas, Grand Club, and meeting spaces, while RoseBernard Studio oversaw the restaurant and bar spaces. BraytonHughes’ experienced design team set out to create inspired interiors that are not only rich in color, texture, and materials but also celebrate the locale and spirit of aviation thru a museum-quality curation of artwork established by the San Francisco Arts Commission. BraytonHughes relied upon their trusted custom seating source, Charter Furniture, to produce custom seating for both the guestroom tower and public areas of this exceptional property.
“Given that BraytonHughes is based in San Francisco, the Grand Hyatt at SFO allowed us not only to tell the story of our great city through art, design, and materiality but also to broaden the traditional hospitality experience.” Lisa Vasquez remarked, “Charter’s custom capabilities were impressive with impeccable materials and detailing. Also, working with Charter during the design process ensured that pieces were as comfortable and functional as they were attractive.”
BraytonHughes Design Studios
Grand Hyatt at SFO
BraytonHughes Design Studio & RoseBernard- F&B Design