Our Sea Ranch Escape made another appearance in Dwell, this time as part of a brief history of Sea Ranch and its architecture and design legacy. It’s the only house featured in the article not designed by Charles Moore or William Turnbull, but its spirit is quintessentially Sea Ranch — one with its surroundings, contemplative, natural. The four-year-long renovation was driven by our desire not to mimic the Sea Ranch model completely, but rather to carry it forward into the twenty-first century, creating a design that reflects the contemporary interpretation of a mid-century architectural philosophy.

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So thrilled to see that Vogue Magazine featured our Wurster Revival project! Such a wonderful and unexpected nod from April Gargiulo, founder of Vintner's Daughter, who spoke about her dedication to raw, whole materials, a philosophy that her William Wurster home, completely renovated by Lewis Butler through a clean and contemporary approach that saved only the original hardware, fully embodies. Read the whole article here.