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1357 Glendale, Berkeley

There is no mention of it in the listing but this modest Berkeley home is part of the original cluster of A-Frames designed and built by the father of the modern A-Frame, Wally Reemelin. Reemelin built his first A-Frame in … Continue reading

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1154 Cragmont, Berkeley

Our featured home today is another of Wally Reemelin’s trademark A-Frame residences. Reemelin is often credited as one of the originators of the mid-century A-Frame phenomenon and since he was based out of Berkeley, we are fortunate to have quite … Continue reading

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1351 Glendale, Berkeley

Over the years we have featured a number of great salt box A-frames in Berkeley. The homes are typically designed by Wally Reemelin, one of the fathers of the A-frame, and they boast unusual asymmetrical rooflines that make for some … Continue reading

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1405 Glendale, Berkeley

The mid-century craze for A-Frame structures had its beginnings in the Bay Area with simultaneous designs by a number of architects at the end of the 1940s. The A-Frame would go on to become the prototypical mid-century vacation home: well … Continue reading

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