Category Archives: Clarence Tantau

61 Oak Ridge, Berkeley

This picturesque Spanish colonial revival is attributed to San Francisco architect Clarence Tantau. Tantau was the rare period revival designer that worked almost exclusively in the Spanish style. One might surmise that this would lead to a great deal of … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Architect-Designed, Clarence Tantau, Period Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival | Leave a comment

6301 Brookside, Oakland

Today we feature another nicely proportioned Spanish colonial revival attributed to Clarence Tantau. Tantau was more of a specialist than many of his contemporaries who were comfortable designing homes in any one of a variety of different period revival styles. … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Architect-Designed, Clarence Tantau, Period Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival | Leave a comment

67 King, Piedmont

As a welcome respite from the slow week before Labor Day, we have a massive Piedmont Spanish colonial designed by Clarence Tantau to share. Tantau was a San Francisco architect with a thriving residential practice specializing in Spanish style homes. … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Architect-Designed, Clarence Tantau, Period Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival | 2 Comments