1 Cattle Chute, Lafayette

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This intriguing asymmetrical A-Frame was designed by Albert Perata, founder of PSM Architects for his own family. Its primary shape is reminiscent of some of the Wally Reemelin homes that were built in Berkeley a decade or more earlier, but Perata’s home is significantly larger and contains a more complex assortment of spaces inside. It is a compelling showing by a designer mostly known for commercial and retail structures.

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