1351 Glendale, Berkeley

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Over the years we have featured a number of great salt box A-frames in Berkeley. The homes are typically designed by Wally Reemelin, one of the fathers of the A-frame, and they boast unusual asymmetrical rooflines that make for some truly interesting spaces inside. Today we feature another of these unusual Reemelin homes situated on Glendale in a cluster of similar off kilter A-frames. It is as impressive as the others and along with its neighbors is a compelling testament to the fundamental role Berkeley played in the popularization of this much loved mid-century form.

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3 Responses to 1351 Glendale, Berkeley

  1. Paul O'Neil says:

    Hi Christian, How do you know this is a Reemelin house? I don’t see any reference to this in the listing. (I live in a Reemelin A-Frame in Mill Valley).

  2. Another A frame gem, classically cool spaces.

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