The USBID continues to provide clean and safe services to the district under the City & County of San Francisco’s updated Shelter-In-Place policy. For more information about curb-side pick-up, click here.
Cleaning & Safety Services
[Effective 6/04/2020] Member Services is now resumed to 6:30am – 10:30pm daily, with Overnight Security Services available between 10:00pm – 6:00am. Clean and safe ambassadors will operate between 5:30am – 11:30pm. Pressure washing and the ATLV will operate between 9:00pm – 5:30am daily. To report a clean or safe incident between 6:30am – 10:30pm, please contact Member Services at 415-781-4456 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To report a safe incident between 10:00pm – 6:00am, please contact Legion Security at 415-724-2909 and mention your membership with the USBID.
[As of 7/29/2020] The City & County of San Francisco is currently in Phase 2b (Zoo) of the re-opening plan. Business hours may be affected. Please check local listings. Retailers open for touchless shopping and restaurants open for take-out are available. Continue practicing social distancing and maintaining property safety protocols like hand washing and wearing a facial mask. We look forward to seeing you soon. For on-going San Francisco alerts, text: COVID19SF to 888-777.
Aesop was established in 1987. They are headquartered in Melbourne, and have offices and stores in many parts of the world.
Their objective has always been to formulate skin, hair and body care products of the finest quality; they investigate widely to source plant-based and laboratory-made ingredients, and use only those with a proven record of safety and efficacy. In each of our unique stores, informed consultants are pleased to introduce the Aesop range and to guide your selections.
About Aesop San Francisco Centre
Aesop San Francisco Centre is situated in the city’s downtown near Union Square, neighboring the San Francisco MoMA, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, and the Yerba Buena Gardens. Created by Aesop’s in-house Design Department, the space calls to mind the Victorian architecture which lines the hilly city streets.
The 480 square-foot space draws its influence from the Haas–Lilienthal House, one of San Francisco’s largest Victorian manors and the only one that doubles as a full-time museum. The space abstracts the architectural articulation of the Haas–Lilienthal in a graceful referential. In colors of muted green-gray, the walls take on a monochrome and shade specific to that of the house’s original.
Borrowing the horizontal vocabulary of the cornices and shingles typical of Victorian exteriors, the walls read from left to right before they read vertically. Reduced to the clean lines of its component parts, the compartmentalization of the shelving finds a sense of familiarity in its organization. Adjacent these horizontal volumes, the point-of-sale and basin conjoin on a stone island, centering the store. The result is a space of subtly, elegance, and domesticity.