1475 Campus, Berkeley

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Today we feature a compelling Third Bay Region home designed by Jack Damonte. Damonte began working with Gerald McCue shortly after graduating from Berkeley in 1965. He would remain with McCue through a number of iterations of his venerable firm, eventually becoming a partner. During that time, he did not design a lot of single family residences but we are fortunate to have a couple of his homes in Berkeley where he still lives. This particular example is characteristic of his thoughtful work with its carefully conceived spaces and understated detailing.

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1 Response to 1475 Campus, Berkeley

  1. This is a classic Bay Region home, being somewhat modest and very spacious in design

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