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A radical, Mid-Century riff on Japanese temple architecture that could only have occured in Marin County.

Hanging over a canyon, this c.1955 pied-a-terre was completely remodeled to make it one with the view. Open on Sunday, December 10 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

Have a look at this sensitive renovation of a classic desert home, designed by the firm of Patton + Wild in 1963.

Sensitively updated, this handsome 1966 residence features both privacy and views. Asking $4.3M.

In collaboration with Bee Renovated, the prolific Palm Springs/East Bay designer executes a very graceful flip. Open on Sunday October 29 and November 5 from 2:00pm-4:30pm.

A lovely composition by a master in stucco, redwood and fir and glass.

A ‘50s house brought to life by architect Linda Brettler with a strong color story– plus wonderful views.

An elegantly simple home by the under-appreciated Bay Area Modernist just came on the market for the first time since its construction– and it’s open this weekend. Architecture fans should plan accordingly.

This icon of the Post + Beam Style was originally designed by architect Thomas Dismukes in 1971 and updated by architect Barbara Bestor about a decade ago.

Working with Bee Renovated, the designer took what was a tired c. 1950 home– one with good bones and views– and gave it a new look for the 21st Century. Open on Sunday, March 19th and 26, from 2:00pm-4:30pm on both days.