1147 Camelia, Berkeley

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It is not often that we visit a home that has been massively altered without a small tinge of regret for the period fabric that was lost in the process. Occasionally, however, one encounters a structure that has been not so much renovated as recreated in a manner that elevates it. Such is the case with the home we feature today on Camelia Street in Berkeley. Originally an unremarkable wartime bungalow, the home was completely reimagined several years ago by Chris Parlette who is a long-time associate of David Wilson at WA Design. The house is very much in keeping with Wilson’s design aesthetic which tends to be new modern with an industrial bent and a postmodern love of bright color. It is an impressive home that has very much exceeded its humble beginnings. For additional information check out articles about the house at sfgate and Natural Home & Garden.

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