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 space (adding new concrete floors, a copper roof, and cedar paneling) while de Lisle orchestrated the interiors, which feature a mix of new and vintage pieces and unexpected dashes of color and texture.
Photography by Art Grey.
Above: The original Wurster entrance features 12-inch-thick adobe walls.
Above: Moller added an organic note to the interior with cedar paneling.
Above: A Gio Ponti lighting piece hangs over the fireplace; the wing chair is a Danish design from the 1940s.
Above: The furniture is a mix of custom and vintage.
Above: A French painted wood sculptural piece hangs from a steel rail.
Above: The collection of ceramics on the fireplace mantle reflects the color palette chosen for the interiors.
Above: The custom lighting fixture and the dining table were both designed by De Lisle; the dining chairs are by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings.
Above: The kitchen underwent a complete renovation; the Heath tiles were recreated from an original pattern found in Edith Heath's own studio in Sausalito.
Above: De Lisle used vintage lighting throughout the interiors.
Above: In the master bedroom, an Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec chair and ottoman anchor the room.
Above: The custom sink cabinetry features colorblock drawers.