LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

Lily

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

Lily

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

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COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

LILY

LILY is a 49-seat Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. Lily combines a traditional Vietnamese menu with a chic and minimalist design.

The restaurant is full of texture, with a carved wood lattice that covers the ceiling and featuring four different panel designs. The tabletops are made of natural stone and have a subtle gleam and texture. Both the barstools and chairs are made of walnut. A large mural above the banquette depicts the Qingming Festival - an important day when one shows respect to one’s ancestors, tying in with the restaurant concept as an homage to the owners and their heritage.

A long stone bar and counter runs the length of the dining room, flanking the open kitchen. Behind the bar is a large wall display of spice boxes, antique mirrors, and intricate light fixtures above. The opposite wall has a tufted banquette in cordovan leather, running the length of the room, and ending in a half-booth with a round family table.

COMPLETED: 2021

TYPE: Restaurant Conversion

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: Cass Smith

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nathan Reed

PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael David Rose