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Sakellariou Residence

San Rafael, CA


Marin County Home Tours, Day 1
Saturday, April 28, 2012


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Designed by Anshen & Allen for Joseph Eichler in 1959, this home, a model E-111, was stripped to its core and rebuilt in 2008. The original architectural framework was not expanded, but the interiors were reconstructed to create a more modern open floor plan. The home consists of four bedrooms, plus a bonus room and three full baths. The kitchen, family room, and living room walls were removed and all bathrooms were reconstructed. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors in every bedroom now give access to the outside, and the large entertaining areas were designed to maximize views from every room. A collaboration between myself, Lucian Design, and Slosar Design, this home fuses the interiors and the landscape in a cohesive environment that bridges the past with the future.
—Marika Sakellariou, resident

About the Architect


Thumb Anshen & Allen, Architect
Joseph Eichler, Developer


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Anshen & Allen, an architectural firm based in San Francisco, was established in 1940 by Modernists Robert Anshen and Steve Allen. Both had graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1936. Anshen & Allen initially specialized in residential architecture and were the first architects for Eichler Homes, designing the prototypes for Joseph Eichler in 1949. Anshen & Allen eventually expanded disciplines and opened offices throughout the United States and England.


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