1615 La Vereda, Berkeley

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The Taylor house is an extremely early modernist residence designed by respected Berkeley architecture professor Michael Goodman when he was only 30. Goodman was a contemporary of William Wurster and both men are credited with creating the local movement now known as the Second Bay Region Style. For nearly the last twenty years, the home has been owned by another local architect, Jerzy Wollak who has made his own mark on the house as well, resulting in an interesting structure that incorporates an unusual combination of distinctive voices new and old.

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