2330 Vine, Berkeley

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Ted Spencer is probably best known for the numerous buildings he designed around the Stanford campus, but he attended architecture school at Berkeley and there are several of his designs on this side of the Bay as well. Most notable among them is arguably the Marston Studio which is an utterly charming little structure designed primarily as a performance space with living quarters attached. In recent years it has been used as a residence but the grand interior volume doubtless continues to add a bit of drama to the lives of all the “players” within.

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