William Wilson Wurster
(Stockton, California, 1895 - 1973, Berkeley, California)
A student of Bernard Maybeck and a tireless advocate for interdisciplinary education, William Wurster garnered considerably less transcontinental fame than other Modernist architects of his era. Yet in the San Francisco Bay Area Wurster emerged in the
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