Category Archives: William Dutcher

10033 Broadway Terrace, Oakland

William Dutcher’s work in the 90s was exceptionally restrained and understated during a time when many of his contemporaries were making homes as loud and audacious as possible. That reserve has ended up serving him well as his homes from … Continue reading

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170 Roble, Oakland

This impressive Oakland home is the work of local East Bay architect William Dutcher. It was built in 1995 and it is a relatively restrained combination of postmodern and new modern with thoughtfully detailed spaces and considered material choices. The … Continue reading

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