Category Archives: Edna Deakin

170 Hillcrest, Berkeley

It’s a bit hard to tell from the photos, but this somewhat atypical one and one half story bungalow is one of the few homes designed by Edna Deakin to have survived the great Berkeley fire of 1923. Deakin was … Continue reading

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480/482 Chetwood, Oakland

Edna Deakin is perhaps best known for her collaboration with her cousin Clarence Dakin to restore Maybeck’s Temple of the Wings after the great Berkeley fire of 1923. Not much is known about her other commissions in the East Bay, … Continue reading

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