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    Designer Visit: Charles de Lisle in San Francisco

    Designed in the 1950s by Bay Area architect William Wurster, this Woodside ranch house serves as a summer retreat for a San Francisco family. The renovation was entrusted to Ian Moller of Moller Architecture and Charles de Lisle of Charles de Lisle Workshop; Moller tackled the overall framework and ...
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      Fabulous ‘50s Sitting on 12 acres of land just outside California's Silicon Valley, The William Wurster Ranch House exquisitely blends ‘50s modernism with chic contemporary design. Designed and built in the 1950s by architect William Wurster, the Ranch now serves as a summer home for a San Francisco family. Interior designer Charles De Lisle and architect Ian Moeller were entrusted with the renovation of the original space, working together to create the ultimate balance of retro and modern.

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      Fab 50s 1 Living Room William Wurster Ranch California Green Sofa © Art Gray Photography

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