Category Archives: William Wurster

229 Bishop, Richmond

Happy New Year from Edificionado! To start 2018 off right we have a striking mid-century home perched at the edge of Point Richmond to share. It was designed by influential Bay Area designer William Wurster and is part of an … Continue reading

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515 Miner, Orinda

The Richard Breuner house is a fairly early design by long time dean of architecture at UC Berkeley, William Wurster. It is difficult to discern today just how revolutionary Wurster’s work was at the time because so many of the … Continue reading

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3913 Happy Valley, Lafayette

This sprawling Lafayette mid-century is a bit reminiscent of the work of Richard Danskin who built a great number of homes in Lafayette and Orinda during the 1960s. His trademark low slope roofs interrupted by a high peak are easy … Continue reading

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