About John K. Anderson

San Francisco interior designer John K. Anderson creates classic environments as seen through a modernist’s eye. With over 25 years experience in residential, commercial and hospitality design, Anderson is known for his dynamic balance of contemporary, mid-century and traditional elements, developing urbane interiors that are fresh and enduring.

His process is deeply rooted in realizing a shared vision. Both a skillful guide and collaborator, he produces rich yet livable spaces that truly embrace and express the lives and passions of each client.

Anderson founded his studio in 2005 after working with several of the Bay Area’s preeminent designers, including Steven Volpe and Orlando Diaz-Azcuy. Recent projects include residences in Presidio Heights, Pacific Heights, and SOMA.


Certifications and Awards

Institute of Classical Architecture and Art – Professional Member of the Northern California Chapter.

Best of Houzz 2014, 2015, and 2016 for Design and Service.

Our Team

JKA Design is proud to bring together a unique, rich, and balanced blend of styles to our projects in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Our team crafts designs developed closely with the vision of the Client to enhance the hidden beauty in the interiors of every room in home dwellings or a business.

Ivaylo Spasov

Ivaylo, a master renderer, is poised to bring to life every thought process in our designs through his crisp renderings. The clients see through his lens finding true joy as he renders the possibilities of what a room might look like. He also brings his exquisite Eastern European fashion and design style to our firm through furnishings and architectural aesthetics.

Jimmy Kansau

Jimmy spends most of his time singing with the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, the San Francisco Opera Chorus, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra or teaching voice at the pre-college department of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music when he’s not in the office. Jimmy also is the happy husband of the principal. He grew up helping his architect brother to do hand drawings and hand renderings for his firm.