1910 Yosemite, Berkeley

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Today we feature an impressive post and beam mid-century attributed to A Steiner. This likely refers to Carlton A Steiner who worked in the office of Vernon DeMars before starting his own practice in the early 40s. Steiner is probably best known for a rather flamboyant A-Frame church he designed in Palo Alto, but his office was located in Berkeley where he went to school so there are a number of his commissions around the East Bay. His early work tended to be fairly reserved, but by the 1950s when this home was built he was practicing a full-throated and robust Bay Region modernism like many of his contemporaries. We don’t see his homes come on the market too very often so this is a rare treat.

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